Hi guys! i'm sorry if the post sounds reiterative, it's just that i've seen so many workarounds to my problem that i'm not really sure which one will work in my case.
This is the scenario:
1. I accidentally erased one partition in my hdd.
Details: I have a dual boot system (win7, ubuntu 12.10), so i thought i had 4 partitions, 2 for each OS+1 that came with my computer for recovery, + 1 for linux swap, I noticed that i had 2 swap partitions, so i thought it was a leftover from a previous Ubuntu installation and chose to erase it, since it was considerably smaller than the one i (remember had) made for my actual installation. Big mistake.
2. When i restarted the system i saw the Grub rescue prompt, "no such partition". After searching and trying a lot i found this solution:
3. After previous step i could boot again, both win and Ubuntu. My problem right now is that... i have to type all of that every time i turn on my laptop and some times Ubuntu won't load .
I already used but it remained the same. I understand that i have to make Grub stop looking for the actually non existent partition. Is there a way to do that? Do i have to reinstall Grub?
Thanks in advance!