My laptop is divided into three drives: C, D and E. Windows was installed in C and Ubuntu was in D. I format C and E by deleting and to NTFS using gparted. But when I restart, it tells me a "missing Operating System". How can I tell the BIOS to boot from D? Or is there anything I can do? I installed several big software in the Ubuntu system, so I don't want to reboot from a USB and to lose the saved data. Thanks!
Thanks for all your answers. My question is solved. I just reboot from a USB and re-install the system and software.