I have Dell Inspiron 3551 i need how removing Ubuntu and Installing Windows 10
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I don't think this reply answers the question asked. I believe this individual is saying they have Ubuntu installed on their computer and they want to uninstall that and install windows. The correct answer would be (I believe) to not uninstall Ubuntu, upon boot open the BIOS (probably f10) and change the boot order to boot from whatever source you will be providing windows from (cd, usb, etc...). After this, upon exiting the BIOS, install should begin as normal.
I'm trying to install windows but it keeps telling me that my PC run into an error & will be restarted automatically, what should I do?
When my dad passed away, I was given his Inspiron 15 1545 which has Ubuntu on it. I would like to overwrite Ubuntu and install Windows 10 instead. I imagine there was a Windows 7 disc with it originally, but I have no idea where that is now.
I have created a Windows 10 Full Installation ISO disc. When I restart for the computer to install it, I get the error that there are "No Bootable Devices". I have tried to leave it with the other options checked and the computer just bypasses the disk. I get the No Bootable Device error when I have tried it with only the DVD drive as an option.
* Based on a prior answer: the SATA is set to ACHI
* Side note: the reader is reading other disks correctly
I am sure there must be some setting I need to switch - I am totally unfamiliar with Ubuntu.
Thanks for your help in advance.