I posted this a few hours ago on Yahoo Answers but then remembered that it's Yahoo Answers, so went to the biggest source of Linux/OS/freeware lovers and emerita I could think of. Here's the extent of my knowledge on the problem as a Linux noob after two hours of Googling.
I installed Fedora Linux a few days ago by dividing my disk space between my Windows 7 install and Fedora 17. I recently uninstalled it by deleting its partition and giving the space back to Windows, but now Grub is still the main bootloader, and thus tells me that the partition isn't there, because it's not. I got back on to Windows using the Super Grub disk and the Detect OS option, but how do I permanently uninstall Grub, or at the very least, make NTLoader the main bootloader? I don't have a Windows 7 install disk, it came preloaded on this computer. Is there any way I can maybe make one, just to switch back to NTLoader? I can also make another Fedora Live Media disk, which is how I installed it in the first place. Getting another copy of Windows isn't an option, nor is switching entirely to any Linux distro or getting a full-sized Linux install disk; I'm on DSL through a wireless connection and get like 100 kbps when nobody else is using it, which they always are. Similarly sized downloads have taken literally days.
I can keep using the Super Grub disk to get on Windows until this gets fixed, but the sooner I get NTLoader back in charge the better. I can supply any other pertinent data you need in good time, but until then, thanks in advanced, you beautiful, beautiful geeks.