So here's a breakdown of what happened:
-Via gparted I deleted my primary ubuntu partition (10.04) as well as 2 other ubuntu partitions. The partitions were set up with pirmary ubuntu first (on left), next windows, then at the end were 2 ubuntu partitions.
-Reinstalled ubuntu 10.04 64bit
-Booted into ubuntu, ran updates and installed a few basic programs.
-Instead of loading grub, printed out the message "BOOTMGR is missing press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart". That key combo wouldn't work but that's less important.
-Figured I might have installed something wrong so I reinstalled overtop of the previous ubuntu install.
-After 2 restarts, had the same problem.
found this link and followed the steps to install and repair. It worked once, then it spit out the same message after another reboot.
Now everytime I reboot after this fix, I have to run that repair program from the ubuntu livecd in order for it to even load. I received a link detailing every line in the terminal that had taken place each time I ran the repair.
I've been tearing my hair out trying to get this fixed and after days of searching, I can't find the solution. Any help is appreciated, also I am still a beginner when it comes to terminal commands and more in-depth file editing so please explain in detail.