It's not the same. The partition will not be changed or removed by this operation.
Thanks that make sense, so we remove from recovery.
Reminds me of fedora and trying to install windows, grub won't let me until I removed /dev/sda1 or /hda0 etc; leaving only the O/S partition and boot from cd again, all this for nothing now since I just went ahead and decided to put the latest Ubuntu ver on it ? Lol!
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