Hello and Thank You for taking the time to read the following:
I had Fedora 20 and Win7 dual-booted on my Acer Laptop, but today I decided I wanted to get rid of Fedora and make better use of the hdd space. I used gparted to delete all the partitions related to the Fedora install. Once I was done I rebooted... and I got a nasty shock; I was locked into GRUB rescue.
I am still searching for more information to find a solution on my own, but I figure it can't hurt my chances of success if I make a post here too.
I am stuck in GRUB rescue I seem to be unable to load LIVE USBs (Boot Repair) or even Lubuntu which I have burned on a CD. MY BIOS order is set to USB-->CD_ROM--> HDD
Any help or guidance to a relevant article is welcome.
I do NOT have a WIN7 recovery disk. My laptop came with a recovery partition... and I fooloishly never made a disc from it.
PROBLEM FIXED. Boot Repair did the job and fixed the MBR.