|30 Dec 2012||#1|
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Recovery not working
Hey everybody thanks for taking the time to read this.
A couple of days ago I installed ubuntu to dual boot with my windows 7. I think it was taking up some space it shouldn't have, so I removed it by clearing the partition it was on. I restarted my comuputer and got the error
"No such partition, Grub rescue"
I know by now this is a pretty common problem for us computer noobs trying to deal with a dual boot. The common solution seems to be using a recovery disc to repair windows. Since windows came preinstalled I had to buy one from microsoft, no big deal. I started the disc up, and it took me to where I select the OS to repair. There was none, nor could I repair and restart, so I just continued to the recovery options. I opened up the command prompt and I tried everything I could find from here and all over google, but nothing worked. I got a bootmgr is missing, rebuildbcd doesn't work, and startup repair...won't.
I really need help with this as it's driving me nuts!
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