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    Default GRUB on starts

    I had windows 7 on my laptop.
    I install ubuntu side by side with windows.

    then i wnated to uninstall ubuntu.
    i delete all the partion where ubuntu was there.
    but when i start after removing ubuntu is show no such partition and GRUP command crompt.

    Someone told me to use fixmbr or fixboot.
    But both the command are not available in windows 7 instillation CD.

    Now from the ubuntu instillation CD its showing u have several OSs.

    i dont want to remove my windows .

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    Default Re: GRUB on starts

    Boot with win7 DVD -> Repair -> Fix start up.
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    Default Re: GRUB on starts

    Quote Originally Posted by spanda View Post
    I had windows 7 on my laptop.
    I install ubuntu side by side with windows.

    then i wnated to uninstall ubuntu.
    i delete all the partion where ubuntu was there.
    but when i start after removing ubuntu is show no such partition and GRUP command crompt.

    Someone told me to use fixmbr or fixboot.
    But both the command are not available in windows 7 instillation CD.

    Now from the ubuntu instillation CD its showing u have several OSs.

    i dont want to remove my windows .
    Try booting into the Windows 7 DVD Repair console and run Startup Repair repeatedly until it starts up.

    If this does not start it then try marking Windows 7 active first by booting into the Windows 7 DVD Repair Console>Recovery Tools to open a Command Line, then type:

    DISKPART
    LIST DISK
    SELECT DISK # (for Windows 7 disk)
    LIST PARTITION
    select partition # (for Windows 7 partition)
    active
    exit

    or you can use easyBCD
    Restore the Windows bootloader to MBR after dual-booting with Linux

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