Hi guys, Ok...so major screw up on my part, and I'd really appreciate your help! I originally partitioned my MacBook using BootCamp and installed Windows XP on which I did a lot of my work (because the apps I used were only built for Windows). I then discovered Ubuntu at work and decided to install it using some roundabout method involving reFIT. It all worked fine, but I soon realised I didn't want Ubuntu anymore so I deleted the partition (of the partition) and thought nothing more of it. I then restarted my machine into BootCamp and selected the Windows partition to boot into..... Now, all I see is GRUB Rescue prompt. I guess what has happened is that GRUB (Ubuntu boot loader) has somehow remained on that partition and is looking for the Ubuntu OS, but I only have Windows on that partition. Luckily, i have my Windows partition mounted on my OSX desktop so i've been able to pull important files from it, but I really need to get into Windows to access my work applications. I've read in places that it is possible to uninstall GRUB using some commands, but none of these take into consideration that there might be other things on that partition that need to remain on there (i.e. Windows!). Does ANYBODY know how to remove GRUB from the BootCamp partition without harming my Windows install??? PLEEEAAAASSEE? I'd really appreciate your help on this and a big thank you in advance!