Hello, my laptop was a dual boot system with Ubuntu backtrack 5 and windows 7. when the computer booted up, it would go to Grub, where it would automatically boot backtrack unless you selected W7. i had installed backtrack to mess around and learn it, but i lost interest in it. so i deleted the backtrack and swap space partition, and extended my W7 c drive to fill up the space.
after a restart, a got an error message saying
error: no such partition.
how can i get rid of grub/bypass it to get to the windows booter? my laptop is useless for the moment!
i thought the linux booter was layered ontop of the windows loader, not replaced by it. this was my first time ever dealing with partitions, i was unaware. this thread should probably be deleted, i just saw another just like it on here.
really sorry, i panicked and let it get the best of me.