Restoring GRUB After Installing Windows
- live CD or live USB
- by EasyBCD
- by boot-repair
1. Burn the distribution on CD or Flash storage (USB).
2. Boot it in test (try without install).
3. Open terminal and write or copy this command to show your Disk:
4. Find the installed Linux partitions, often you'll find next to it "EXT"
5. Copy this command and replace sda3 with what commensurate with your condition:
6. Then copy this command to do mount:
8. Copy this command to install GRUB:
9. Finally copy this command to update GRUB:
Second (2nd) method: by Using EasyBCD on Windows
1. Download it from this link
2. Run the program then go for this steps:
- Add new entry - Linux/BSD
- From Type choose: Linux(GRUB) or you can choose (GRUB 2)
- From name choose the name you want for the system.
- From drive choose the partition where you installed Linux
- Finally click "Add Entry".
And this program has many features like using METRO screen and choose the time for booting etc.
Third (3rd) Method: by using Boot-Repair
-This is the easiest way to repair your boot screen.
- For windows all you have to do is download the program and run it.
- For linux open terminal and type or copy:
And to run:
Finally form the screen choose "recommended repair"
I hope this was helpful to you. I'll be happy to hear form you, feel free! Hearten me with cybytes!