[SOLVED] Dual Boot - No longer boots Windows 7
Have a PC with 2 HDD, one loaded and working fine with Windows 7 and a spare to be for Debian Linux. Both are 200GB.
Installed Debian 'squeeze' from bootable CD onto second HDD. Except for a network config error, everything else loaded fine with message "install completed successfully". Rebooted PC, dual boot menu options were displayed (Debian, Debian Recovery, and Windows 7). Selected Debian, system came up working fine. Did this several time as I swtiched between Linux and Windows 7.
Ran into a linux problem with deleted files ( my fault) so decided to reinstall Debian from bootable CD. Rebooted system but this time the following was displayed:
Welcome to GRUB!
Entering rescue mode...
Re-installed Debian ...again network did not install but "install completed successfully".
Rebooted PC, but this time no dual boot menu options were displayed but Debian booted automatically.. Everytime I reboot Debian it boots without displaying the OS menu options.
GRUB is causing the problem. How can I get the boot menu options to display again for Debian, Debian Recovery, Windows 7?
Dual Boot - No longer boots Windows 7
Works fine again. It allows time to make a selection.
THANK YOU for your assistance.