I have a laptop which started off with Win XP, and I added Ubuntu Linux in a dual-boot config in order to have a play with it. Having found that there are too many things which Linux *doesn't* do (mainly running Windows-only applications) I would like to get rid of it, and revert to just Win XP. Can this be done, and if so, how? It was the Linux installation which created the dual-boot setup. Every time I start the system, I get a menu with several Linux options, and Win XP at the bottom - and have to scroll down to this every time, otherwise it boots into Linux by default. I would like to get rid of this menu so that it goes automatically into XP, and so that I can recover the disk space used by the Linux partitions. Help! If this is not possible, is there a way in which I can - at least - make XP the default so that I don't have to scroll down the menu each time? TIA -- Cheers, Roger _______ Please reply to Newsgroup. Whilst email address is valid, it is seldom checked.