[SOLVED] GRUB is accidentally on my USB drive
Hey, I'm a linux newb and I am in some trouble.
I installed Ubuntu on a portable usb drive using a live CD. But now my computer NEEDS the USB plugged in in order to access the GRUB on it so I can boot into Windows from my hard drive. If I boot up my computer without the USB drive plugged in my computer gives me the prompt "Rescue grub" with the ability to type stuff in. I tried to use F12 on startup of my computer in order to tell it to boot using my hard drive (where my Windows 7 is installed) but still no luck.
If the USB drive is plugged in at start up, I get a neat little menu giving me a choice of booting into either Ubuntu, Windows 7, or the memory test. And all of that works fine.
Basically, the problem is, I want to boot into Windows without needing that darn USB drive having to be plugged in when I start my computer.
Any help would be much appreciated. :)