How to remove Mint 11 and revert to Windows 7 only?

Hello forum members,

I run a laptop (Toshiba L-505 10M with 500 GB HD) with a dual boot Windows 7 (64b) and Linux Mint 11 (64b) with one HD. On C:/ I have everything Windows and on D:/ I used part of the avalable space to install Linux. Everything runs to satisfaction but I'm planning to pass this laptop to a family member who does not want Linux at all, only Windows 7.
Question: How do I revert to the original Windows MBR so that I no longer boot into the GRUB2 menu? Once I'm in a W7 only situation I assume I can safely delete the Linux and swap partitions and format the resulting unallocated space to NFTS.
Can I simply go to BCD deployment in EasyBCD 2.1 and click "Write MBR"?

A detailed answer would be highly appreciated since I am a complete novice when it comes to using EasyBCD.




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