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ive done almost exactly the same thing.
i recently deleted my windows to make ubuntu my primary and only OS.
then i decided i'd give Kubuntu a go, to see if it was better.
so i resized and formatted up 10Gb and installed it. then i realized it wasnt all that good and deleted the partition and added it back onto my ntfs backup partition.
now when i power on it comes up with
grub error 22
i am currently using live cd, hope someone can help
Presumably you still have/want Ubuntu as your system of choice ???.
From the liveCD open a terminal and enter this - post all the output, and indicate (if necessary) which partition is your Ubuntu system
Sorry Guys, false alarm.
my documents are the only thing thats important to me and i had them backed up.
Just re-installed and all is fine now. sorry i didn't wait but I'm impatient like that, i wasn't expecting so many replies so quickly.
I'll definatley use these forums again but for less trivial matters.