Another option is to use the BIOS boot options menu, usually press F12 or some similar key on boot up to access it, and select the Windows partition to see if you can boot from that partition directly. This question has been asked before and already has an answer. I have a peculiar problem:
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How to install GRUB from inside Windows 7 - Super User
To get started we need to identify the partition containing the Grub folder. Fails to install the. I am unable to boot windows 10 after typing this command. While rebooting, hold down the shift button. Though I am saying Windows 10, the steps are equally valid for Windows 8 and 8. Please include the essential information within your answer and use the link for attribution and gurb reading.
Nils 3 You can try some suggestions mentioned here to stop dual boot from booting straight into Windows. I had this problem: This was the easiest way and saved me a headache.
GNU GRUB - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. This worked for me, now I have to find a way to permanently fix the mbr.
Alko 5 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. No bootable media required. Once grub has been installed to a partition we need to get its boot sector to a file in order to boot it from Windows.
Fix Grub Not Showing For Windows 10 Linux Dual Boot
Based on grub version 2. Just enter the command 'exit' without the quotes of course. Isn't adding it the objective?
I hope this quick tutorial helped you to fix the Grub issue. I'm a huge fan of Agatha Christie's work. We will use the "device" function of the grub-shell to ensure that Grub uses the correct map between the bios drives and linux devices, and also to ensure that Grub uses the hard drive numbers. If we are geeks and classical we will have to edit boot.
Plugin your pendrive and open it. If your Windows partition is gone then you only option may be to reinstall Windows and then install Linux again making sure everything installs to where they are supposed to be. Can u help this out?