So I went to Install Ubuntu 12 on my toshiba laptop. I accidently resized my windows 7 partition to 60 GB and Gave Ubuntu 241 GB of Space. I wanted to Have Ubuntu as 60gb and Have the Remaining space for windows 7. How Can I fix the Mistake I made?
You can use resize2fs command to a ext4 filesystem, even if it's your root partition:
Here you find a tutorial step by step!
I recommend to get a live cd/usb of ubuntu or gparted bootable media.
Below are steps for ubuntu live disk
Here is a tutorial for it using gparted iso. The steps are identical.
"... my windows 7 c:/ folder still only says 60 gb and [I] am unable to extend my
It is possible that the 241 (or so) GB of unused free space is part of an Extended (or logical) partition. (Or vice-versa, Windows could be in a logical partition and the free space is outside and can't be used.
Either way this would prevent you from using the unallocated space to expand your Windows partition.
I would prefer to know what your current partitions are before suggesting how to modify them.
One possible way to provide this information would be to use a tool name
I tried to describe how to do this in this answer to another question.
If you use my suggestion above, please be sure to remember the URL of the pastebin and to add it to your question.