Running windows 7 and made a partition for Unbuntu and launched the .iso that was mounted from a virtual drive. It said something about sampling before you install and how it was safe and commitment free so I restarted and now have big problems. Here is a CnP of what I posted in the Windows 7 section for help:
think I might've messed up pretty bad.
I wanted to set up a partition to run an Umbuntu OS. During that process I made my C: drive instead of that other little 100mb or so system drive my primary drive. Not sure if that was my big mistake also or if it's nothing.
I then set up a 16gb or so partition and double clicked the Umbuntu .iso that I DL'd (should've put it on a thumb drive I'm guessing). It said something about demo-ing the OS before you install and I was like oh, that's safe, go ahead and restart... then I get the message in the title.
To make things more difficult I don't have a working CD drive to run my recovery discs on.
So, I've DL'd the umbuntu ISO again and something from a filesharing site that says it'll boot Windows 7 64 from a thumb drive.
The umbuntu iso on the thumbdrive isn't booting at all.
I've run a few checks from the menus available and everything has passed.
Turns out the Windows 7 thing I DL'd will definintely not work.
Screen says Status: 0xc000000f
info: The boot selection failed because a requried device is inaccessible.