I recently tried installing Ubuntu and dualbooting it. I selected the "install alongside Windows 7" option and created a ~60GB partition, and it followed through well. When I wanted to return to Windows, though, GRUB GNU would select it but return to the menu shortly after, so I uninstalled Ubuntu (via "Try Ubuntu" from USB) with OS-Remover. Now, when I try to boot from HDD, it gives me "error: unknown filesystem" and is stuck in grub restore mode. I have tried the following:
-Used Boot Repair from Ubuntu (USB)
-Inserted an installation USB and tried bootrec /fixmbr and bootrec /fixboot, says successful yet only made the USB unbootable and had to reformat and burn, still brings to grub rescue
-Tried burning eBCD (wouldn't boot)
-Doing "cd boot" from CMD via installation USB gives me an error saying the path doesn't exist
-Tried a multitude of other tutorials
Can someone help me completely remove GRUB and restore MBR? Help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Edited by hamluis, 18 April 2015 - 08:23 AM.
Moved from Linux to Win 7 - Hamluis.