Ok...I initially had winxp 64 bit on one partition, I then loaded Ubuntu to see if I liked it. I didn't, so I formatted that drive but the Load always showed Ubuntu at boot time. I then installed win7 and all was fairly good. I could access either 64 bit XP or win7. Yesterday my TimeBomb said I had 24 days remaining on the 64 bit trial (I've had it ever since it was introduced and I kept reinstalling it every 6 months). So I then reinstalled another 64 bit XP on the remaining partition. Now when I boot, I see 2 xp's and the Ubuntu but no win7. The partition still has everything on it and it is recorded as the "primary" drive but it does not show at boot time so I can access it. How do I get rid of that ##@*^%% Ubuntu so I can access win 7 again? Is there some software that will do that for me, or a command or what? I am really frustrated as I like the 64 bit XP and win7. I have not yet removed the dying xp 64 bit, but will after I move my games to the newest xp. That alone might free up my win7, but I want to have it free without seeing the Ubuntu Grub thing.