Okay. So last saturday my computer started to freak out and became really slow all of a sudden. My first thought was i was doing too much. But with everything close i had a sudden 371 viruses that had just randomly appeared. First thing first i unplugged my harddrive and did a quick virus scan for a half hour and it took care of about 350 of them. I ran a full virus scan with my harddrive for about 5 hours after it. Which time i actually fell asleep at my laptop. When i woke up that morning i noticed it had taken care of a other like 60-70 viruses. Happy. But retardedly i restarded my computer. Big mistake because now it does its initial OS boo but then goes to a black screen. I tried safe mode but it doesnt work. It says:
Haha. After a month of trying, I finally got my Windows 7 to install. It took me 10 days to backup my documents on a flash drive, bridge them over to my other computer, and repeat. I planned on backing up all 70 Gigs, but ended up wasting only 10. I also made a list of all installed programs and utilities from linux. That's the slow way. I had no way to transfer over the network, since it had timeouts. I just couldn't seem to transfer it over a 100(or 10) Mb/s cable, so I gave up and used a flash drive. If you organize your computer correctly, it's a bit easier. This was again caused by my broken Ubuntu netbook iso installing. I deleted its partition, which had GRUB on it. From there, to only way to boot the thing was from LAN or USB. After trying to fix it, I installed GRUB and tried to fix Windows. Abridged, if Windows doesn't work, don't try and repair it with linux unless you know what your doing. I believe the broken iso broke at partition resize. That's a big Uh-oh.