my friend asked me to put linux on her windows 7 asus. i proceeded to download and install with the wubi.exe installer from the website. i allocated her 26.5 gb of space for it and let it run. after using it for a week, we received a gpu internal error dealing with xorg-xserver-video-intel . so in return i ran apt-get to update and install the new version of xserver-xorg-core. the 26gb wubi.exe installed partition refused to boot after this happened.we would choose it on the boot list, it would start to load then the screen would go black, we would press the power button and it would shut down.not a hard shutdown, it showed the ubuntu logo and loading screen on shutdown. could not even access the terminals or a login page of any kind. on a seperate computer i downloaded a 12.4 amd64 bit iso and created a usb bootable disk. the disk did not recognize the existence of the wubi partition already existing. i allocated her a 92.5 gb partition leaving windows 7 almost 180gb of space to work in. she asked for a bigger linux partition. now that we have decided to take this route, how would i go about removing the wubi partition previously created, because i can access the windows partition and a different linux partition for the removal process. i have never had to remove a partition of an os that did not come from a boot disk, so i have never removed a partition without a boot disk before. please halp!