Help remove Ubunto 11.04 from computer
here's the story
I recently purchased a computer with Ubuntu 11.04 already loaded on it. I'm a windows girl and thus much more comfortable in windows environ...however I was willing to try Ubuntu, it does look like a great program.
That aside, I can't use my own disks/programs on this computer, even though I was told all I needed was some windows compatible program like WINE to make things that run in a win environ work. I down loaded and installed WINE, to no use. I have tried to give Ubuntu a chance but I want to get rid of now and load my own XP on it.
I have tried using the XP disk to install over Ubuntu, but all I get is error messages. I have tried the Ubuntu disk and see if I can format the drive that way...no worky. I'm getting beyond frustrated with this OS. This is not a Dual boot, I have found plenty of useless help for that, but I don't have Windows anything to restore from. I need to uninstall Ubuntu and install WinXp.
I would have thought it simple, but after days of trying and coming up with nothing that works and all the searching I have done I still haven't been able to format the Ubuntu OS off the computer. I can't even figure out if the computer has the necessary FAT files to load win on.
I have discovered something that I think is a Command line like DOS but the commands I know are different on this OS and I can't seem to get any of them to work right. If I am able to format the computer will there be anything left to actually load XP on to?