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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    going to try to do a startup repair today. I used unetbootin to burn super grub disk to a usb and ran a lot of the recovery options with NO luck. I almost crippled my system with it actually.. This is my last resort or else I will just reinstall 7 fresh & clean
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    Getting the same problem. I'll try possibly burning the Super Grub Disc onto a USB and cross my fingers... Will report back with results :)
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    Just tried and got Maybe I need to uninstall GRUB and reinstall it but god forbid I restart before I put it back on my system not only will I have no bootloader but no operating systems that work! lol
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    Thank you for the detailed instructions, I will try those as soon as I can find my USB because I need to make a bootable windows disk to access that startup recovery/ms-dos prompt. In the mean time, I re-updated my packages after I installed the new GRUB and it asked me (in the details) if I...
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    Yes I was using a beta version though, I believe it was 1.97v of Grub. Ubuntu is the newest release with up to date packages. I did not reboot yet and there is no file in the grub folder named menu.lst which leads me to believe it is yet to be created. What I think happened was I installed a...
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    Thank you for the speedy help . Here is what the terminal gave back I tried the sudo command, it made me retype it a different way with the apt-get prefix. It asked me if I wanted to remove the old one and install the new version, I said yes. There was no time or option or place for me to type...
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    Deleted NeoGrub from list, cannot boot into 7

    ===ERROR IN THREAD TITLE, SHOULD READ DELETED *WINDOWS 7* FROM LIST=== Hi there. Let me tell you what I was trying to do, and let me tell you what happened lol I installed EasyBCD with the intent of removing the Windows bootloader, so that the Ubuntu-installed GRUB selection screen could be my...