I installed UBUNTU creating a 10 gb partition in my E: drive and have not resized C: drive .
While using one key recovery system I got a message--" the harddisk partition is different from the factory prefigured backup. System recovery cannot be done"
I want to remove this partition as it has unallocated my rest of 70gb space of E: drive.
If I launch Disk manager and remove every partition used by Ubuntu (root partition, swap, …) Rather than doing this step -- 'Reboot with your Windows CD. When asked, choose “repair” and launch fixmbr. This command replaces GRUB with Windows bootloader.' If I use system recovery and reboot again will I be able to regain my original configuration??