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I have a computer which I installed Linux first and then Windows. To be able to recover my GRUB I mount Linux anyway. Lastly, I typed sudo update -grub. After that, I am not able to boot the computer into Windows. Is there any way for dual booting?

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migrated from Apr 3 '12 at 12:05

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You can use boot repair if you want an easy gui based solution.

Else check this link this is given for ubuntu but it is valid for other venders too.

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