Originally Posted by rdawgjigga
1.Pop in CD
2.Boot from CD
3.Select Recovery Option
4.In the DOS prompt type fixmbr
then it will ask you for conformation and accept. It should resolve your issues with the booting.
Now I usually install the /boot directory on its own so this wont happen when I delete the Ubuntu partition. Try that next time when you Install it, but install it on to the internal HD.
YAY I FIXED IT!!! i tried it this way but it didn't work, but then i found this:
1. pop in a vista/win7 cd (if your pc came preinstalled with windows and didn't come with a disk then you can get one from Here
2. boot from the cd
3. select language etc
4. select repair computer
5. partition to repair
6. select the command prompt option
now type: bootrec.exe
that will show you the options it can do
then select the option that fits your problem best (mine was fixmbr)
so in my case i typed "bootrec.exe /FixMbr"
for more info see Here
Thanks for all you guys help, i would be lost without it!!!