Originally Posted by fatenabu
how do i edit the grub config file? where is it located perhaps i could change where it points etc..
The Windows entry should automatically be there. Check the /boot/grub/grub.cfg file for the Windows entry.
You can also try running:
from the terminal. This will run a check for all the OSs on the computer and update grub.cfg accordingly.
Be sure to get all the updates for Ubuntu. There have been several updates for grub2 since Ubuntu 9.10 came out. Here is a tutorial on grub2:
Note that this only applies to the current version of Ubuntu, which is 9.10. Older versions of Ubuntu use grub-legacy. For grub legacy you can check the /boot/grub/menu.lst file for the Windows entry.
As Amenditman said though, if Windows was not booting correctly before you installed Ubuntu, then this is likely a Windows issue.