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I have installed Windows 7 on a Bootcamp Partition, I had only 50 GB assigned to the partition but recently I expanded it with Camptune X, after finishing the expansion nor Windows nor Ubuntu wouldn't load , I fixed the windows loading by running the repair boot command from the Windows 7 installation disk , now Windows boots perfectly, but when choosing Ubuntu OS from the list of OS's I get the message

Cannot find GRLDR in all devices , I've done a lot of research about it and still haven't found a solution, I've tried BootRepair CD , Automatically Boot Solving from Windows (It doesn't even detect theres another OS) , copying from the Ubuntu's C:/ folder the "WUBILDR." files and pasting them on the main C:/ disk, nothing has worked yet..

So if anyone could lend me a hand over here would be amazing!

Thank you!

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It's looking for the wubildr file. It has to be in the root of one of the drives (usually C: but can be any): i.e. C:\wubildr or D:\wubildr etc.

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Hmm how odd, It was looking for it on another partition. Thanks! – Joel Hernandez Feb 8 '14 at 21:25

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