This tutorial will help you in completely removing or uninstalling Linux operating system and its boot loader from a dual-boot computer: Before deleting or formatting Linux partitions, you'll need to remove Linux boot loader from system startup. You can use setup disc of any Windows version such as Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8/8.1 or later.
Assuming 7th mtd partition, NOTEOn booting with UBIFS as rootfs, the first boot happens successfully.
Before subsequent boot-ups, it is recommended to do a manual "sync" from the console.
If you have a dual-boot computer system with Linux and Windows operating systems, you probably know that when you start your computer, it shows Linux boot loader at startup which contains Linux and Windows boot entries.
If you select Windows from the OS list, it starts Windows and if you select Linux, it boots into Linux distro.
The EFI system partition needs to be formatted with a file system whose specification is maintained as part of the UEFI specification; the file system itself is based on the FAT file system but is independent from the original FAT specification..
Both GPT- and MBR-partitioned disks can contain an EFI system partition, as UEFI firmware is required to support both partitioning schemes.
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Advanced low-level Super Scan may detect partitions which were deleted a long time ago, even if you have created new ones and even formatted them.
Last Chance recovery method detects & recovers files by their signatures on volumes having severely damaged file systems, where physical volume recovery isn't possible! Cheers, "I accidentally trashed the partition table of my backup disks, which held my only copy of all my data at the time.
Also, El Torito bootable format for CD-ROMs and DVDs is supported.