I have a question!
I have Ubuntu 15.04 and windows 7 on my PC in dual-boot mode. Now, for some reasons, my Ubuntu is totally broken! When I try to boot Ubuntu, a terminal-like screen comes and the only thing I can do is typing some commands (and I don't know how to fix my Ubuntu using this screen).
So, I picked up my Ubuntu files using windows 7 (with this tutorial) and now I want to remove Ubuntu and install it from scratch. The only problem here is deleting my current Ubuntu (which doesn't work!)! When I insert a bootable disk of Ubuntu, it doesn't give me the option to re-install Ubuntu (seems that it doesn't identify the installed Ubuntu).
The only way I can think of, is deleting Ubuntu files From its partition on Windows 7. Does this solution work? Can Ubuntu be uninstalled with deleting its files using Windows?