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Try using Boot-Repair, it's a simple tool to repair frequent boot issues. 1- DOWNLOAD BOOT-REPAIR-DISK. 2- Then burn it on a live-USB key via Unetbootin. 3- Insert the Boot-Repair-Disk and reboot the PC. 4- Choose your language. 5- Connect internet if possible. 6- Click "Recommended repair". 7- Reboot the pc.
If you use the default NAT configuration for your guest (Ubuntu) in vbox, it will use the OpenVPN connection of your host without any configuration in the guest. However, if you use "Bridged network" for your guest in vbox, you will need to configure OpenVPN in your guest also.
It looks like you did, indeed, format your hard drive and install Ubuntu over everything. You're going to have to reinstall Windows, but it's going to be tricky. Use Gparted in Ubuntu to make a new NTFS partition. Install Windows to this partition. Once that's done, Ubuntu won't be able to boot, so you'll need to use the boot-repair program to fix that. Once ...
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