I was having problem with booting Ubuntu. Then I used Easeus partition manager to delete the partition that has Ubuntu. Maybe I have done it wrong. Because now I have also lost Windows. Luckily I came to know of a tool called boot repair from this forum. I used and here is the result from it Paste bin boot info summary. Can someone please decipher what this says and possibly help me out. Thanks.
Do you have windows recovery disk? If yes, you can repair boot record from Windows recovery disk.
Solution with Win PE
If you have a Win PE system , install it onto your usb key or burn a CD.
I've done this multiple times , it's easy to fix.
Solution with grub-0.9*
Use grub to load your windows , e.g
It may fail , but worth a try. (At least for Windows XP I tried last time)
Since you said you don't have a windows disc, try reinstalling grub from a ubuntu live cd:
You need either Windows disk or (Ubuntu) Linux live CD/USB. Do everything possible to boot into a live desktop/system.
For Windows, in command prompt run
For Ubuntu or other Linux live-system,
Method 1: Install syslinux.
Then, use following commands write mbr (Use
Method 2: Install mbr
Then, write mbr by: