Yesterday i helped my cousin install Fedora 17 on his laptop. We created a separate partition for fedora, so he could dual boot with win 7.
We installed 15 first, and were going to use preupgrade to upgrade to F17, however, he decided to stick with f15. So I told him to update through terminal, and here's where we ran into a problem. He was in the middle of the updates, and shutdown his computer. This gave us an issue, and we couldn't boot back into f15. So he managed to get back into win 7, and deleted a partition which we thought Fedora was on. He then rebooted, and the computer boots straight to the GRUB> line. We are able to get onto windows if we type
Which brings us to acer e-recovery.
Now my question is, is there anyway to completely bypass the grub line?
I'm hoping that the acer recovery program will remove the fedora partition, or at least allow it to boot straight into windows 7, but I'm not sure if it will.