Ok, so I have a computer with Windows 7 (64-bit Home) originally installed. Worked fine and all. So I installed Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx (64-bit) and selected to dual-boot on startup. Always worked until yesterday, when I restored my Windows 7 to factory settings. Grub does not show me a menu, instead it goes into rescue mode. Probably because I screwed up a partition via the Windows 7 restore or so . After the 'rescue' command 'ls', I can see: (hd0) (hd0,5) (hd0,3) (hd0,2) (hd0,1) My Problem: I need to know what to type into the 'Rescue Prompt' in order to boot up Windows 7. I know that the Grub needs to be fixed from within Ubuntu, I will also need help with how to access Ubuntu again in order to do that (fixmbr and fixboot unless I'm mistaken). I am not very experienced with Linux, only been at it for a year or so. Also; selecting from the BIOS to 'Boot from CD' does not boot from CD. I'm planning to remove the HDD altogether in order to force this command if no TechSpot heroes saves me .