Installing Windows 7 and Removing Linux
I installed Linux last week, and much to my chagrin it's too much of a hassle for my technologically-impaired brain. I have a Windows 7 disc, but when I get to the installer it says my hard drive needs to be NTFS. Upon further research, everything looks completely foreign to me.
Is there anyone who could possibly take the time to go through and explain it step by step? I really want Windows back so I can move on from this dreadful experience. Thank you in advance.
Re: Installing Windows 7 and Removing Linux
Just run the Windows installer. When you get to the step where you choose where to install Windows click on 'Advanced' and delete all of the linux partitions from you drive. You can then choose to install Windows on the free space.