Ubuntu: my PC showing grub rescue


Two operating systems are installed on my laptop: first Ubuntu and second Windows 7.

But both are in same drive, that is the C: drive. I shrank 10 GB off the volume of C: drive and created a new drive with this much of volume and formatted this new drive.

Now, as I am starting my system, neither Windows nor Ubuntu are booting, it's displaying

no such partition found  


grub rescue>  


It is recommended to install Ubuntu after Windows. In order to fix the grub rescue, there is a nice tool: boot-repair. Just let boot-repair try to fix the problem. Some useful information about boot-repair can be found here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair

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