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Have you tried it with the cd and with the Linux drive unplugged? Make sure the bios is set to boot from the Win HD first and the CD second.

I'll be home in 4 hours. If you're still stuck then I'll see if I can find the application.

If I remember correctly, with it booting from the CD, you select the language etc and then, after that, select 'repair instal'
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I still get this:

error: no such device: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
grub rescue>
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Have you tried it with the cd and with the Linux drive unplugged? Make sure the bios is set to boot from the Win HD first and the CD second.

I'll be home in 4 hours. If you're still stuck then I'll see if I can find the application.

If I remember correctly, with it booting from the CD, you select the language etc and then, after that, select 'repair instal'
After I click repair install I get a window that is searching for windows.
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In the system recovery options, select the command prompt instead of the startup repair. Then run these commands:

bootrec.exe /fixmbr
bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd

Then reboot.
    
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post #15 of 18
You can do it with an Ubuntu live CD (the install disc), too. Check this out.
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Oh well, reinstalled windows. Thanks for the help.
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I was hoping this thread would be about herpes.
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I was hoping this thread would be about herpes.
That's...unideal?
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