I have a Sony Vaio S Series that came with Windows 7 and U installed Ubuntu 14.04 by creating a bootable USB, setting the boot priority in the BIOS and booting from it.
During the installation, I chose to completely erase my HD and install Ubuntu. The system installed correctly and I have been using Ubuntu and loving it =].
Today, however, I tried to install Windows alongside Ubuntu. I tried to change the boot priority in the BIOS to boot from my Windows CD but I just realized that I'm no longer able to access the BIOS screen! When I press F11 during the laptop power-up, the message "Operating system not found" is displayed. I also tried F1,F12, DEL, Fn+F2, etc. but nothing worked.
I've tried googling for a fix, but everything I found was beyond my comprehension (I'm still learning how to use Linux). If someone could explain to me in layman terms what is going on here and how could I solve this I'd appreciate it a lot. If technical terms or procedures cannot be avoided, I'd ask you to please add some links explaining the concepts used.