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Undo mount install - Linux (Ubuntu)

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Hello! I followed the directions located here ( http://www.arsgeek.com/2006/09/25/ubuntu-tricks-how-to-mount-your-windows-partition-and-make-it-readwritable/ ) to the tee and it worked just fine.. the only thing is that i accidentally mounted the wrong partition (I needed to mount sda2 and i mounted sda1).

I have tried uninstalling all of the packages it had me install and start over (even usinjg differen groups and folder names etc) but every time I try to redo what the instructions say for the correct partition I get a mount error on boot up.

Could someone please give me the set of commands that will completly undo everything the above tutorial does, so I can start from scratch?

Thank you very much
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