Hey, everyone. I currently have a dual-boot setup with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04
Whenever I start my computer after booting windows previously I'm presented with a different GRUB than usual. I recently downloaded and installed linux kernel 3.6.0 and made some changes to GRUB using GRUB customizer. So I have been doing some tweaking with those files. This leads me to believe that for some reason Windows is causing GRUb to load a previous grub.cfg (This one lists ubuntu with the 3.2 kernel only). When I power down after encountering this issue (I can't boot into Ubuntu from this old GRUB [gives me some error like ELF Magic: press any button to continue]) and restart the correct GRUB appears.
So overall I feel I somehow have GRUB installed in two places and would like to remove the old version. I don't know if this is even possible without a fresh install though. I have already tried boot-repair with custom options selected.
Thanks for your help!