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so you now need to burn cd on another system and boot your system with it. once you get to run SUPERGRUB you can fix your grub Get this tiny ...
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    so you now need to burn cd on another system and boot your system with it.

    once you get to run SUPERGRUB you can fix your grub

    Get this tiny utility for windows to burn iso file Burncdcc
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    I cannot access to any other systems.

    I no longer have Windows and only can use Linux live CDs.

    Cheers.

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    Your Partition Table is messy. There is no need to create more than one SWAP partition because all Linux Distros can share single SWAP partition.

    First of all, fix Windows. hda1 is marked as bootable. It means your Windows OS is intact. Boot up from Windows Installation CD and select repair. Execute fixmbr command. Fixmbr will re-install Windows Boot Loader and Windows OS will boot on reboot.
    Brun SuperGRUB CD in Windows and re-install GRUB. Boot up Ubuntu and post the contents of /boot/grub/menu.lst file and output of df -h command here.

    Code:
    less /boot/grub/menu.lst
    df -h
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_casper View Post
    Your Partition Table is messy. There is no need to create more than one SWAP partition because all Linux Distros can share single SWAP partition.

    First of all, fix Windows. hda1 is marked as bootable. It means your Windows OS is intact. Boot up from Windows Installation CD and select repair. Execute fixmbr command. Fixmbr will re-install Windows Boot Loader and Windows OS will boot on reboot.
    Brun SuperGRUB CD in Windows and re-install GRUB. Boot up Ubuntu and post the contents of /boot/grub/menu.lst file and output of df -h command here.

    Code:
    less /boot/grub/menu.lst
    df -h

    devils_casper,

    So I bootup Ubuntu from the CD where I just burnt SuperGrub, right?

    And about that code you mentioned. I open a terminal and what do I exactly write in there please? The whole thing like you are showing:

    less /boot/grub/menu.lst
    df -h


    Just like that? Sorry if I ask again as you are going too fast for me, I am just a Linux n00b.

    Thnx again.

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    1. Fix Windows problem using fixmbr command.
    2. Burn SuperGRUB CD in Windows and re-install GRUB with that.
    3. Boot up Ubuntu from Hard Disk and execute those commands.
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