I have two completely separate drives in my computer. One has Windows7 and that was already installed. I installed Ubuntu on my other drive specifically for Ubuntu, and now GRUB boot-load shows up no matter what order my boot priority is in my BIOS. This never happened before, and They both kept on their own drives. What happened? The only way for me to get into Windows anymore is for GRUB boot-loader to load up and to select the Windows7 loader listed towards the bottom of the list(on a completely separate drive. I want them separate hence the reason I have two separate drives.
I have tried to repair the Windows Boot-Loader with the installation disc, but it does not even show up in the list. I think Ubuntu installed GRUB into the Windows Boot partition maybe?
Also, I have unplugged the Ubuntu drive and re-booted. The Windows 7 will not start. After bios int, computer just sits. What happened?!