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I installed Mepis 7.0 on a partition. Then I desided that WINE wasn't going to cut it for my gaming needs, so i installed windows after that. is there a ...
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    Linux Newbie dalinux_n00bie's Avatar
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    Grub install


    I installed Mepis 7.0 on a partition. Then I desided that WINE wasn't going to cut it for my gaming needs, so i installed windows after that. is there a way to get GRUB back with out reinstalling mepis or windows? and a way to make it so that they both boot properly?
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    Boot up from SuperGRUB CD and select 'Fix Linux Boot Loader (GRUB)' from options list. It will install GRUB and Mepis will boot up on reboot.
    Open Terminal/Konsole of Mepis and execute this
    Code:
    sudo fdisk -l
    Post output here.
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