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grub loader error while booting the system

By ashish_elect ·
hey everyone,

I have a grave PROBLEM.i have a computer with windows visata home edition pre-installed on
it then I had install linux .

I dual boot winVista Home edition & Linux on my laptop.
This worked fine but after some time my system have became slow so, I have
delete the linux partition in Vista, Now while booting it is showing grub loader error
and refussed to further. I cannot boot neither in windows nor Linux. what do I do
when this happens??? I'm new to Linux and I don't know how I should go about this problem.
Even I don't have Vista CD to reload the system by running the fixmbr command.
I have linux CD so please guide me how should I restore vista.


Help me Please guys

Thanks in advance!!!!

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your only hope

by Jaqui In reply to grub loader error while b ...

is to switch to the light side, and get rid of vista.

actually, since you do not have the install cd for vista, you have to have a linux installed to have the bootloader actually there.
re-install whatever distro you have and just make your vista the default boot option.

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Re: Grub loader error while booting the system

If you go and purchase the windows software (vista) and then just pop it in, when you see the "install" sign look down to the botom left of your screen and you will see "repair" option, click on this and follow the on screen instructions. This will repair (not delete) your system plus you will have the code to activate it should you come unstuck later.
You can reload Linux but depending on which Linux version you had in the first place you might fluff up (damage or delete your files). Linux is good but you will have to know what you are doing, there is a repair option on the Linux disk but it might be complicated for you. Have a go but get the windows disk first so that you can save your files first and then play around with Linux knowing that you have a backup of your files from windows.
good luck. Please post back if you have anymore problems or questions.

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