I currently have Windows Vista and Fedora 15 dual booting on my system. I need to keep my Vista for work related stuff, and as a fairly new Linux user am having problems with drivers in Fedora (Wifi, Sound, WebCam not working). I have used Ubuntu on another system and find I am more comfortable with it.
I want to install the latest Ubuntu over my Fedora partition, but I don't want the bootloader menu to be populated with 5 or 6 different boot options.
I've read online that you can revert to the original Windows bootloader by using the Windows CD, but I do not have that.
Can anyone guide me on how I can swap Fedora for Ubuntu and not have a GRUB menu full of invalid or left over boot options from having had Fedora?