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Started by juli95, April 25, 2020, 01:00:24 AM
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Quote from: juli95 on April 25, 2020, 01:00:24 AMHey dear linux community, I face a pretty stupid issue right now. I have a dual-boot computer with Solus 4.1 and Windows 10. In the last time, i had different issues on Windows like bluescreens and failing updates. I wanted to reinstall Windows. The reset option in Windows didn't work. So i downloaded Windows 10 and installed it into the same partition as previously. I think that changed the bootloader.The problem is now, that the computer directly boots into Windows without the choice of booting into Linux. But the Linux partition is still there with all the data in it (i will post the partition table output later). My question is.... Is there a way to restore the dual-boot? Or should i copy the data from the Linux partition and reinstall it?Btw, i'm more or less of a beginner. So sorry if i don't understand everything Thanks in advance for your help!
sudo fdisk -l
Quote from: juli95 on April 28, 2020, 11:29:41 PMI actually fixed it by reinstalling Grub. It worked with the commands on this site:https://praxistipps.chip.de/grub-neu-installieren-so-klappts_43315Thank you so much for the help!