Unknown File System, GRUB rescue: Win7 & Ubuntu dual boot problem
I need some help after installing my new SSD.
Ill run through my old system and explain what I have changed.
I was originally running:
1 x Intel SSD with Windows 7 boot files
1 x Samsung HDD with all other files (games, music etc)
1 x External HDD for backups.
I decided to buy a new OCZ SSD 6Gb/s yesterday and decided to install windows 7 home premium to the OCZ SSD. Everything went fine and I pointed all the locl files to the Samsung HDD. Windows worked fine. I then whiped the old Intel SSD and installed Ubuntu 12.10. This also worked fine. It was not linked to either of the two drives.
After installing a few things on Ubuntu I went to boot back into my Windows SSD after changing the boot priorities and it still boots automatically into Ubuntu. If i do a boot overide into the OCZ Widows SSD then it loads straight into a command line screen that has:
error: unknown filesystem.
I cannot boot into windows at all and if I try the windows recovery disk then that tells me it has been fixed and it all works. Clearly lying to me.
I have had a look around on some forums but all I can find is people having this problem with one partitioned HDD with a fix for that specific situation that doesnt work on mine.
Ive tried the whole set root and set prefix in the grub rescue.