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After installing Ubuntu 11.10, alongside windows 7, when PC restart automatically first time, I got this message, just below the table, PCI Device Listing,

Error: No such partition
Grub Rescue>

Now PC is not booting at all, even if I restart it.

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marked as duplicate by Seth, Mik, Eric Carvalho, Jorge Castro, Kevin Bowen Mar 19 '13 at 1:16

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Please see the answer of this similar question no such partition grub rescue error – Peachy Jul 28 '12 at 16:44

Well... since that PC is now un-usable for a while:

Using another PC, download "Boot-Repair-Disk." Burn the ISO image to a CD and boot from it. It should work. (It did for me.)

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