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Windows 7: GRUB Shows at boot up

23 May 2009   #1
Gunny1188

Windows 7
 
 
GRUB Shows at boot up

When ever i try to turn my pc on it shows GRUB on a black screen
i have installed WUBI 9.04 ubantu linux now i cant log in to any os

Sorry if in wrong section


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23 May 2009   #2
Legand

Windows 7 x86
 
 

Boot with your Win7 installation CD. When prompted, press R to repair or select repair in the GUI if that apears, select your Win7 installation to repair. Probably #1
Enter the administrator password if you are prompted for it.
To repair the MBR, type in this command: fixmbr hit enter
You will get some prompts, type Y and hit enter to carry out the repair.
Type exit to leave the console and then reboot.

You will loose the dual boot for WUBI into Ubuntu, but it will/should get you back into windows bootup. If you are triple booting you may loose that as well.
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23 May 2009   #3
Gunny1188

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Legand View Post
Boot with your Win7 installation CD. When prompted, press R to repair or select repair in the GUI if that apears, select your Win7 installation to repair. Probably #1
Enter the administrator password if you are prompted for it.
To repair the MBR, type in this command: fixmbr hit enter
You will get some prompts, type Y and hit enter to carry out the repair.
Type exit to leave the console and then reboot.

You will loose the dual boot for WUBI into Ubuntu, but it will/should get you back into windows bootup. If you are triple booting you may loose that as well.
You are amazing thanks you so much
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