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I am having a dual os, windows 7 and linux,

the c drive have 20 GB, in which 5 GB is allocated for windows 7 (original) and 15 gb for linux

since the spacing for windows is very low i used EaseUS partition manager and deleted my linux OS, and merged the unused space into my C drive, now it becomes 20GB, the things, after the reboot,

I am getting

GRUB loading.

Welcome to GRUB!

error: no such partition.

entering rescue mode. . .

Kindly help me guys

the problem i am facing is i dont have a DVD drive to resolve it, using recovery mode.

Waiting for your reply guys.

in ls command

i have

(hd0) (hd0,msdos8) (hd0,msdos7) (hd0,msdos6) (hd0,msdos5) (hd0,msdos2) (hd0,msdos1)

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Sounds like you deleted the wrong partition :/ – Earlz Sep 10 '12 at 3:01

You need to reset your MBR (master boot record) to point to the windows 7 install. Installing Linux replaces your windows MBR with GRUB and simply deleting the linux partition does not remove GRUB.

The easiest way to fix your MBR is to have a recovery disc but you don't seem to have one so you'll have to google how to do it with

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Welcome to SuperUser! This site is made for professionals, and as such, we expect professional answers. Instead of telling a user to Google it, you need to provide an answer in order for the site to help grow. If you find the answer, post the instructions (use edit) here and reference the site you found it from – Canadian Luke Sep 10 '12 at 23:10

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