Originally Posted by sach11tech
Yes you can install both OS on your system. First install Win XP then install ubuntu. When u install XP you can see the partition table, just delete one partition which in you want to install ubuntu, after deleting partition continue install Win XP and after completing install Ubuntu.
In same way you can remove ubuntu from your hard drive. just boot from Win XP CD then go to partition table and delete Ubuntu partition and format by FAT or NTFS. aftre formatting just click F3 and restart your pc once and start normallt on XP. your Ubuntu partition you will see on your my computer.
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Read his initial post!!! And again, quit with your dam inappropriate link. If you can't even read and understand his question, how will your inadequate blog help?!
Anyway, Ubuntu can mess with the MBR and take up some valuable harddrive space, Neo-dude has hit the nail right on the head with his video tutorial. Follow that and your laughing. Just make sure you don't format the wrong parition or you'll be crying with the lost data.... Also, you should be able to expand your system volume to take up the free space, if unbuntu's partition is on the same drive as your Windows XP parition.