You guys probably don't want the story on what happened, so I'll just tell you whats wrong: I have a netbook with windows 7 and Ubuntu netbook remix installed. When I installed Ubuntu, it also installed GRUB for me so I could boot to it. For some reason, Ubuntu never worked for me, and every time I turn on my computer I have the choice on what to boot to, but only windows 7 works. There are a lot (about 7) of options about what to boot to, but they either do not work, or I don't need them (like windows check memory something). So what I need is one of these two: To uninstall everything, except what I need for windows 7, and get rid of GRUB so I don't have to choose what OS I want every time I turn on my laptop. Or To get Ubuntu fixed and hide the other options on GRUB so I only have windows 7 and Ubuntu (is that possible?) My problem with Ubuntu is that every time I choose it I am left with a black screen with the blinking light on the top left corner, like its loading something, but it never loads and I can't do anything except hold the power button to turn it off. And I have a netbook, so no solutions that require CD-Drive please.