After experimenting with multiple variations of backtrack and xbmcbuntu variations of Ubuntu with dual boot successfully, my windows partition became unrecognizable to grub.
I used my windows boot CD to try to correct the problem. However, I deleted all partitions except for the NFTS one that contains my old windows install. (And, merged all other ones into that in hopes of getting back to the windows boot loader and out of grub)
Now, all I get is a grub command prompt when I try and boot the system (how??? – I thought I deleted grub) And, now the windows boot disc doesn't even recognize the install.
I've tried TRK to try and resolve the problem. Though I must admit ignorance in correctly using this utility.
I've searched for other answers to this problem. Any help would be much appreciated.