I'm still pinching myself to see if it's really true that I have my PC back. I couldn't boot on anything even with "rescue" disks. I was within minutes of starting a complete install of Windows (plus all my other software) when I found sourceforge using my little netbook. From your site, I downloaded the file for creating the boot repair disk and it worked beautifully, simply and quickly to save me endless hours of frustrating work. I was amazed and delighted. Thank you, thank you very much.
You are a Life Saver. My PC suddenly lost its boot record; boot-repair-disk was able to--all by itself--figure out all my config, and rebuilt the grub, so the PC was able to reboot! Its replacement grub was somewhat better than the original from Ubuntu, e.g. have extra like the option to enter BIOS. You are a Life Save, thanks;
Pulling my hair out on a disk with both Windoze & Linux partitions which wouldn't boot. Fixed the problem for the boot partition straight away. After that, grub seemed to find the Windoze partition on its own.
SUPERB!! Won't want to miss this CD ever again, which, as it looks, must have been filled up with data to the brim. Even a high-quaiity CD is *extremely* sensitive to any kinds of dust particles. CD will boot anyway, but if you press ESC you will get lots of ugly "sector xxxxxx I/O error" messages. So make sure you use a JEWEL-CASE for this CD! it seems to require every atom of silicon to be readable in order to work reliably for keeps.
Boot-Repair-Disk is awesome. I keep a copy of it on me most of the time and it has helped me and friends on several occasions. Every Linux user should keep this around