I had Windows 7 installed previously on my PC, but I mistakenly had compressed my boot files so I had to install a new OS. Since I didn't have the Windows install, I went a head and installed Ubuntu 12.04, hoping to install windows later.
Anyway, when I've got a Win 7 CD I tried to boot from it but it didn't work(the computer booted in Ubuntu). Later I tried removing Ubuntu from my PC by using the Ubuntu CD, but even after I removed it, the Win 7 CD didn't work.
I wondered whether there was something wrong with the Win 7 CD. However it proved wrong as the CD worked when I opened it in Ubuntu using Wine loader. I tried to install it through that window (which may seem to you as stupid, but heaven knows I had no choice).
Unfortunately, it didn't work either. Then I tried partitioning the Hard drive through my Ubuntu CD, but it didn't work and I don't understand it well as I'm new to Linux. Do I have to partition my Hard Disk? If so, how? Or else, Is there any other way to do this?
I'd be very grateful if you could help me. I like Ubuntu in many ways, but still I have a number of problems when coping with my day-to-day work in Ubuntu.
Waiting for your answers with fingers crossed!