Ok, so I've scaled Google, and found nothing that was pertinent to my situation. I've been using Backtrack for about the past month or so, and realized that I use it so much that I might as well install it to my laptop's hdd. Well, just after (about 2 weeks) I do this BT4 comes around and in my "giddy" excitement I proceed to explore ways of removing 4 Pre Final to make way for 4 final. So I took my past experience (ignorantly I might add ) and thought to myself "hmm, how have I removed partitions in the past?". The answer was the windows boot up disk (as I've already been dual booting with windows 7). So hastily, I attempted to remove the excess partitions containing Backtrack... the mistake began before it even started

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and I reboot to find Grub error 22 refusing to allow me to boot to my Windows 7 therefore impeding my migration to 4 final. My screen now hangs at this error...


... so oh great Backtrack/Linux gods, save this petty noob before frustration overtakes him.

- A Remote-Exploit lurker