I have a class in college for System Administration. I partitioned the disk so I could put Fedora onto my computer and dual boot it.
It was working fine until I ran out of space in the partition for Fedora. So I tried to boot from the Fedora disk and now my disk drive is dead. It tries to read but starts up and then fails a few seconds into trying to read.
So my teacher helped me a bit by installing Ubuntu ontop of the Fedora partition through a flash drive. Then I booted into Windows 7 to get rid of this random 2GB partition made by Fedora for some reason. I deleted that and the Ubuntu one and rebooted my computer.
Now I get an error saying something like "no partitions". But obviously, Windows 7 is still on there with its recovery partition too! However I can't access either by my computer's boot menu and have to boot to Ubuntu on flash drive to get into Windows 7.
In the end, I want to get rid of Ubuntu and just keep Windows 7 on my computer and have it boot directly to Windows 7. Obviously, something with the boot process is different than it was before. How do I fix this in Windows 7?