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I had a dual boot system for Windows 7 and Linux 10.10 . I am new to linux and hadnt upgraded it before ir reached its end-of-life. So I decided to delete the partition in which linux was installed and in the same session downloaded the latest linux version 12.04 using WUBI in windows. When I rebooted my computer, I get this error: "Unknown Filesystem" Grub Rescue >

I have seen other threads that involve making a livecd. As it turns out I have already installed the latest linux, so is there a way to get my PC to boot to either 12.04 Linux or Windows 7 without making a live CD

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Latest Ubuntu is 13.04. You could make livecd (on USB for example) and install new Ubuntu on older one (don't forget to format old Ubuntu partition). Then when booting - GRUB should see both Ubuntu and Windows. Always worked for me.

I understand that you are not able to boot neither Linux nor Windows?

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I had formatted the partition where linux 10.10 was installed before using WUBI. –  Rhijul May 4 '13 at 17:57
    
@Rhijul Boot from livecd and try this. –  shardival May 4 '13 at 18:02

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