I recently deleted my Ubuntu partition from my hard drive. I was dual booting. Upon deleting the partition I hibernated Windows to make sure that everything went well. When I started back up again it would not boot and said that GRUB was basically garbage and it couldn’t boot anything.
So I booted to a Ubuntu Live CD and I got "boot-repair" to repair my GRUB and allow me to boot to Windows. When I went back into Windows it wasn’t hibernated anymore, and I didn’t think anything of it. The computer worked fine until I shut it down. I turned it back on and logged in and I thought everything was OK but when I went to run certain programs like Microsoft Word or Photoshop it said that the
.dll files were corrupt. This also happened to iTunes and other applications.
Now when I try to uninstall Word it says that it cannot be done and when I try a reinstall it just crashes. iTunes installs fine (so it says) but when I try to run it it says that it was not installed correctly. I ended up reinstalling it, several times, with no luck. I really need Microsoft Word and other applications to work! What can I do?