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I have xp and ubuntu . I unistall ubuntu using xp desktop by unallocating memory from memory management.

After that when i reboot my laptop i got grub rescue error.

so after reading some blogs i use my Xp CD recovery console and tried fixmbr fixboot

but this also not solve my problem . It still shows grub rescue on booting. What should i do now.

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Your MBR is screwed and you need to recover it. Please refer to this How can I remove Ubuntu from my system and install the Windows bootloader?

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