When I try to boot my computer, I just get a command prompt:
"no such partition
I partitioned my computer hard disk into two partitions:
-- First partition (C:) has the already installed Windows XP (marked as primary partition)
-- Second partition (K:): I installed Ubuntu 11.10 into this one (marked as logical partition, with the name "sd5 or something like that).
After installing Ubuntu, I could boot only Windows.
Did a google search to see what to do. Based on that: an OS to boot, it has to be in a primary partition, and that logical partition can be changed into a primary partition.
Used "MiniTool Partitioning Home Edition 7.8:
-- Changed second partition with Ubuntu into primary partition
-- But, did not change the first already primary into logical partition.
So now, I had two primary partitions.
Now, neither OS boots. Only get the command prompt I noted at the beginning of this post
Right now, I can boot only from a USB-bootable Ubuntu..
Please help!. Thanks for all help.