Hello All. So for a year I've been dual booting my PC. My main (and most important) partition being my windows 64 bit professional space and the other one being a test space for various distros I fancied. Unfortunately, after trying out a more complicated Linux variant the boot loader program (GRUBS) stopped working--as in I would issue the command to load either linux or windows and then I would get error messages and no OS would load. I felt confident that I could fix the problem by simply installing a new version of linux on top of the old one would somehow create a better working version of GRUBS so that everything would fix itself. It didn't work. So eventually I decided to install windows in my linux partition in the hope that everything would just magically work. That didn't work either. So here's my situation: when I turn on my PC, the BIOS attempts to boot from the Hard disk. At which point the screen shows the message: "Booting...". -i'm fairly confident my Hard drive is working correctly, but I've been doing a TON of partitioning to my 2nd (linux) side of my hard drive Can anyone help me diagnose the problem? I'm fairly sure it has to do with the MBR being messed up from all of my OS's being installed and whatnot.