I will attempt to keep this as comprehensive as possible.
Long story - short of how this all came to be: Windows 7 partition ran out of room (insanely made this 120GB, far too small for my needs), I deleted Ubuntu 10.04 and reinstalled Windows 7. I now have two Windows 7 running side by side with the option to boot either at start-up. I did this with the intention of being lazy moving files.
All went well until it came time to remove the original Windows 7 install. Using a USB iso of 12.04 I removed the 120 GB Windows 7 install. I ran out of time to complete the resize (and figured for safety sake I should do only one operation at a time), so at this point I restarted. No boot... CRAP.
Thought installing Ubuntu might cause GRUB to give me dual boot options, nope.
At this point, I have read forum after forum and after trying countless various fixes such as boot repair in Ubuntu, repairing from the Windows 7 CD, banging my head on the keyboard, I am at wits end.
Also I don't know if this helps but here it is http://paste.ubuntu.com/1361152/.
With an error in the terminal:
(glade2script:11316): Gtk-WARNING **: Attempting to set the permissions of `/root/.local/share/recently-used.xbel', but failed: No such file or directory ocal/share/recently-used.xbel.MIYUNW': No such file or directory
So, now I pray that one of you wonderfully genius people can assist me.