I installed Ubuntu alongside Windows 7. After I installed Ubuntu ran the first time. After I restarted I couldn't get it to boot.
I went on Windows and looked for a fix. I tried it in the terminal, not sure what it was, was like
sudo (something something). The command that I used I believe moved something (can't remember).
I then restarted and it took me to the GNU GRUB. I can't reinstall Ubuntu because it won't find a device for boot-loader installation.
i think that i had ubuntu working fine when i did the sudo command and that i should have just waited longer for it to start up (could be wrong)
if i can just boot windows i will be happy so if there is a way from the grub menu i will take that
found the command i used not sure if it could have done much harm ---- sudo e2fsck -n -v /dev/sdXY