Hi. So Tried the steps in the section "Using CLI to Boot" from the link given, also the steps in this page:
Here's my setup. Windows XP is on C: partition, and Wubi is in D:\Ubuntu. When I set root to loop0, and type "linux /boot/vmlinuz- and press TAB, it doesn't show any kernels available. When I hit enter, it says something like "the disk isn't available".
When I set root to (hd0,1) (C partition), it doesn't find any kernels, but there's this folder: (hd0,1)/boot/ and the fles are BCEDIT and something else.
When I set root to (hd0,1) (D partition), no kernels, no boot folder whatsoever.
I'm really stuck and I don't know what to do next. I don't have much files on my Wubi installation, but what I'm actually trying to save is the programs I've installed and the settings I've had. Thanks people.