I understand that this topic has probably appeared on here before, but I couldn't find it. I would like to remove ubuntu as I would like to use the maximum amount of disk space for my Windows XP OS. I only have a 60GB HDD and Linux seems to be taking up nearly half of this. For some reason when I open Acer (D it doesn't display any files what so ever and claims that the drive is only 978MB in size. I don't have an XP installation disk as my laptop came with the OS ready installed. I understand that it would make life a lot easier to have the disk as I could just use a couple of simple commands to remove Ubuntu using the XP repair section of the installation disk. Could someone please tell me if I can remove ubuntu without the disk and also explain it in a way that doesn't make my head explode haha.