Originally Posted by syg00
With that list of distros, it's possible (likely) that grub2 may be involved ...
Best is usually to chroot into the disk install (which we don't know) and re-install grub from there. Can sometimes be done as "Boot installed system" or somesuch from an install CD.
On such limited info, hard to advise - go to sf.net and get the bootinfoscript. Run that and post the RESULTS.txt here.
I have got to study up on chroot and more. Thanks for the help. For some reason in Fedora I was seeing a blank file when looking as a regular user(probably was creating a new file instead of opening the file I thought I was). When I looked as root, I could see the boot menu and edited it enough to get back into sda7 and reset the mbr. I keep doing things and keep learning new things, thanks to forums like yours and the people that monitor the forums.
Thanks, will mark this solved.