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(not sure where to post this so I also posted it in another area)
So, I recently had some hardware installed on my PC and someone selected a previous version of Ubuntu while at the boot menu and then powered it off. When I started the PC I selected Windows 7 with no problem. I later Selected Ubuntu and saw some type of error and decided that I would just go back to Windows. After restarting the computer it went a black screen saying "grub error". I have no idea what to do now.
I did just find this on the computer I'm currently on at work (which has no volume).
If anyone has any advice to fix my partitioned hard drive from "grub error" please help me.
A video would be ideal so I can see it at the same time, but I am in no position to be picky. I'll take what I can get.