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Insert the Bootable Drive of Windows 7(Of the same Version of Your Windows 7 You Are using) And Repair The PC
I think the grub is creating issues. Reinstall grub. Try this: Edit the GRUB Configuration File, open the /etc/default/grub file for editing in a standard text editor. If you want to use a graphical text editor, open a terminal — or press Alt+F2 — and run the following command: gksu gedit /etc/default/grub
I may be wrong but from what I understand you brought the program 'UnetBootin' from windows yes? Assuming that I am correct your error may just be that you don't possess the software to use the Windows Application. The quick fix is to do the following: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install Unetbootin sudo Unetbootin If you are just determined to get ...
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