Can't boot and SuperGrub doesn't work
I've been trying to install xubuntu using uNetBootin because my laptop has no optical drive and producing a bootable usb pen drive seems too difficult. Unfortunately I had a few problems with uNetBootin (which I think I have solved), but the result is I have a partitioned harddrive but I still haven't installed xubuntu and the laptop won't bootup independantly, it won't even go to the bootup screen, all I get is a flashing underscore.
I can use SuperGrub on a USB pen drive to boot into the Windows partition. I've been trying to use SuperGrub to fix the bootloader so I can bootup independantly into Windows, and also can get to the Windows bootup screen in order to use uNetBootin to install xubuntu.
The problem is when I try to fix the Windows bootloader using SuperGrub it doesn't work. On top of that when I do try the USB pen drive with SuperGrub on no longer works.
What I think is happening is SuperGrub tries to fix the bootloader using hd0, which is actually the USB pen drive, and not use hd1, which is the laptops harddrive.
How to I persuade SuperGrub to choose hd1 and not hd0 when trying to fix the windows bootloader?