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l4m2



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grub show only 2 Linux but no Windows. every way lead to" load "the kernel first
just installed 9 hours ago.
I have no CD s


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Post 20 Mar 2015, 17:00
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grub show only 2 Linux but no Windows. every way lead to" load "the kernel first

"update-grub" can solve the issue. Login to your Linux system > terminal > update-grub.

If you cannot access your Linux system then you may want to boot from a Live CD, mount the required partitions and "update-grub" or do another trick I am not aware of.

Unless you are using are very old version which is unable to recognize newer Windows installations on disk.
Unless you have erased your Windows installation by mistake.

Remember you have higher chances of solving your Linux problem if you ask for help on a dedicated forum as there will have a lot more people to help.

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I have no CD s

Just download an ISO, buy a CD from the nearest store and burn it!

I apologize for any inconveniences, if any.

Good luck!
Post 20 Mar 2015, 17:19
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HaHaAnonymous wrote:
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grub show only 2 Linux but no Windows. every way lead to" load "the kernel first

"update-grub" can solve the issue. Login to your Linux system > terminal > update-grub.

If you cannot access your Linux system then you may want to boot from a Live CD, mount the required partitions and "update-grub" or do another trick I am not aware of.

Unless you are using are very old version which is unable to recognize newer Windows installations on disk.
Unless you have erased your Windows installation by mistake.

Remember you have higher chances of solving your Linux problem if you ask for help on a dedicated forum as there will have a lot more people to help.


I'm using centos 7 and the win disk still live
Post 20 Mar 2015, 23:41
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