Alright, long read ahead.
I have an HP Pavilion dv5 Entertainment PC. I love this laptop. It is my baby.
Back to the problem. On this laptop, I decided to install Ubuntu 9.04 simply to play around with. I made a LiveCD of Ubuntu with no problem, popped it in and installed. It was a fun OS for a while, but it does not suit my needs for this laptop. Now, I want to remove the Ubuntu part of my hard drive. Heres where things get funky.
This is how my hard drive looks in its current state...
I want to remove Ubuntu completely and also lump the "Local Disk (F)" and "Local Disk (G)" back into the C: drive. When I double click them it just asks if I want to format them. There is no data on these drives (other than Ubuntu, I guess?). Basically, all the data I desire to keep is on the C: drive. Obviously this is excluding the HP recovery partition. I need to keep that.
I have slightly-higher-than-average skill when it comes to computers but I am beyond nervous about messing with this stuff. Like I said, this laptop is precious.
So, in short
-I want Ubuntu gone.
-I want those two drives back in with C:
-Because I'm very wary of messing with this, I'll basically need my hand held. Step by step guids would be perfect. I have searched the web, but decided to come here.
Any help is GREATLY appreciated.