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I recovered my windows and in the process I lost the grub for ubuntu 9 . Now i want to change NTLDR so that i can dual boot. Can anyone help?

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migrated from Sep 20 '09 at 12:35

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I'm not sure what exactly you're proposing to do. If you want to restore GRUB so you can boot into Ubuntu again, follow the Ubuntu community documentation here: Recovering Ubuntu After Installing Windows. If you want to use NTLDR to boot, with Ubuntu as an option in the list, follow this guide: How to dual-boot Windows NT/2000/XP and Linux using NTLDR

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