Unfortunately Ubuntu Has Created 190-200 drive in my harddisk. hw to delete them???

Asked by Murali on 2010-01-28

I was installing ubuntu in my hard disk.... I am creating the partitions as manually....It has gave me some runtime error and installation is stopped.... later i hve logon my system as windows and i m able to use the windows... aftr some time i hve seen some linux partitions in my harddisk and i went to format partition.... It took very much time so, i went to restart my system...!!! When i hve restartd the system is not at all loading the windows....

And i have used the ubuntu live cd and i hve seen my harddisk. It has created some 190-200 linux partitions.... Now what i hve to do??? How to delete those 200partitions.... Please Help Me!!!

Thnks in advance...

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zvacet (ivicakolic) said :
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You can do it with Ubuntu live CD or with gparted live CD witch you can download from http://gparted.sourceforge.net/

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Alexandr Novel (normalex) said :
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Boot in Ubuntu Live CD the one you used to install your system.
in Terminal make this command:
#>sudo fdisk -l > report.txt
the file "report.txt" should be created in Places -> Home Folder
then check if you have Internet connection and using Firefox attach the text file "report.txt" to this bug.

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