This is going to sound a little odd, but I can't quite seem to get a grip on this issue. I am running Vista Ultimate. I have a single drive made into 3 different partitions. These partitions were then converted to dynamic disks. I also run MS VPC. I have an XP VM I use for testing purposes and what not. I decided to install WUBI to this VM. After the installation I shut it down. Later on I ahd to reboot my host computer for something and when it attempted to boot back up I received all kinds of Grub errors and could not locate my vista install and could not load linux without compiling the kernel. This really threw me off as I had intalled wubi in the virtual, not on my vista machine. I booted to WindowsRE from ym vista disk and checked things out and on my root drive I have a grldr file. I believe this is associated with Grub. I cannot get it to boot into anything. Throughout my "poking" around, now when I boot my machine I get no errors at all.... it just doesn't boot. It will say attempting to boot from hard drive and jsut sit there. If I bot from Vista DVD and go into RE I try to run bcdedit I get an error saying it cannot find it. I run bootsect /nt60 c: and it returns success. I run bootrec /fixmbr and it succeeds/ I run bootrec /fixboot and it tells me that my volume does not contain a recognized file system, yet vol command and diskpart reveals volume is ntfs still. I run bootrec /rebuildbcd and it finds my c:\windows directory, but when trying to add ti to the list it gives an error saying the specified path could not be found. bcdedit shows same thing, specified path could not be found. It is like all boot configuration info has been wiped from my machine. I have tried copying it from the DVD and from other Vista installs to no avail. Each time I try to recreate the system store it will not let me and gives various errors. I can easily reintall as I did not have much loaded but I would like to try to figure this one out. If anyone could help I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!