I have a quite strange problem. I had a system with Vista and Ubuntu installed. We always use Vista and Ubuntu was something we really did not need. BUT: to boot, GRUB was used (I guess grub2). Now, while being in Vista I cancelled the Ubuntu partition and with it also GRUB. Now the system does not boot anymore.
I tried to reinstall Ubuntu, but I had some problems with the CD.
At the moment, when the system boots I get into the GRUB shell. From there, I am able to boot Windows Vista with some commands like this ones:
grub> title windows rootnoverify (hd0,msdos3) chainloader +1 boot
Now the question is: if I am able to boot in Windows Vista with this trick, is it possible to fix the MBR from inside the installed windows Vista with some command/tool of Vista itself?
I shall probably mention that we are not interested in double boot at the moment. We only want Vista to start.
I can sum up the question like this: is there a way to fix the MBR from the installed version on Windows Vista, considering that GRUB is at the moment installed?
I hope I was clear enough.
Thanks for your help.