When booting up onto a different PC, I found that there was a problem.
"Operating System Not Found." This is the scenario, Linux and Windows were
installed, and grub was the chooser. A friend of mine, uninstalled linux,
and made that partition just free space. Then when I rebooted, grub would
show up in like an DOS prompt. Another friend of mine, troubleshooted, and
found a windows xp professional install disk, which is the operating system
of mine on the problem computer, and ran the Recovery Counsole. He then said
to run these commands, "map" to find the windows partition, and type in
"fixmbr [partition of windows]", then after type in "fixboot c:" So I did,
then eventually rebooted my computer, then it started with the problem I'm
facing right now, "Operating System Not Found." I am asking for help, and
thank you for your assistance.