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Thank you, Jonathan183. I basically did a similar thing and just restored Debian's grub to original condition and now will try to play around with easyBCD again....
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    Thank you, Jonathan183.

    I basically did a similar thing and just restored Debian's grub to original condition and now will try to play around with easyBCD again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ingmember View Post
    I basically did a similar thing and just restored Debian's grub to original condition and now will try to play around with easyBCD again.
    Default grub install is usually to MBR of disk rather than boot sector of root partition for most distros - so check you have grub installed to the root partition before reconfig of easyBCD ...

    I don't have Vista on a PC anymore but when I did I just used Grub to load multiple versions of Linux and Vista (did not need to use easyBCD). I stick with either chainloader or configfile commands and access menu files on each distro so things like kernel updates automagically change bootloader config.

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