I've been working on getting this issue resolved for the past week or so and have had no such luck.
Here's the situation:
I was dual booting Linux[Ubuntu] and XP[Home Edition] on my Toshiba Satellite Laptop.
I removed the Linux partition, as I no longer use Linux and it was utilizing hard drive space -- everything was fine until I rebooted the laptop.
It booted up and gave me "GRUB error 17".
I grabbed my Ubuntu CD and booted in to it from the CD, checked out the partition manager and everything looked fine.
I resized my XP partition and rebooted the PC.
Now, it is giving me "GRUB error 22".
I put in a burn copy of XP, and set it to boot from CD -- didn't load.
I put in my Ubuntu CD, and it loaded fine.
Finally, I did some searching and found this:
I surfed around GTG and found a recovery application to use to do the fixmbr stuff, but when I burnt it to a disc and put it in, it processed for about 5 minutes and finally came back with:
The file aic78u2.sys is corrupted.
Press any key to continue.
I don't know where exactly on GTG I found the file, but it's rc.iso
I'm kind of stranded here... I'm not sure where to go.
Anyone have any ideas?
Thanks for your time,