I've had to reinstall Ubuntu because my uncle messed it up by turning off my computer while it was updating.
The problems started when I was trying to partition my hard drive. Any ext2 or ext3 partition I made, made the computer whine that there was an incompatible feature. So much for manually partitioning it. I said whatever, maybe I don't need to manually partition it. I'll just keep backing up if there's a problem. I chose guided partition using the free space available.
For a little bit, everything was running fine. After about two restarts, it all fell apart. I was having more bugs than I could count. I figure maybe I should just use windows on that computer for a while or something. Well, I can't access Windows! I'm positive that I didn't delete it because it still shows up in GParted. However, it can't find out any information about it and I can't access any files from Ubuntu. I also can't boot into windows because it forever says "Starting up...". What do I do?