I need your help. I've uninstalled ubuntu and removed his partition from Windows 7. After I restarted I had the "error: no such partition" so I used this guide to restore the windows bootloader...
Well, Windows is on /dev/sda1 (partition called C) but the guide tells:
"Do not specify the Windows partition, but only the disk containing the same, for example, /dev/sda and not /dev/sda1."
So I wrote on the terminal:
sudo ms-sys -w /dev/sda
And the terminal said me that the writing files are done succesfully. Now when I start my computer it says me:
Missing operating system
What the hell I did wrong?
Ops, I forgot to tell you that I have not any CD to restore windows because my computer is an Asus laptot (K53sv) and I have the recovery on another partition. When i press F9 during the start of my computer it happens nothing (before to install ubuntu I could restore windows with F9)...