I dualboot my pc, windows 7 64 bit, and some linux distro, nowadays i'm using crunchbang.
I once had a problem, i lost my bootloader so i created one using easybcd. Later on, i installed a linux distro which created its own bootloader.
So when i turn on the computer, the first thing i see is
That's the bootloader that crunchbang created, if i don't choose anything, it will boot into crunchbang. If i pick any option however, i will see the second bootloader, which is created by easybcd
If i don't choose anything here, it will boot into windows 7, if i choose an option, the chosen OS will boot.
I read this question, won't work for me, since i have 2 bootloaders, tried deleting windows bootloader before, which is so easy using easybcd. I think i have to do the following:
- Delete crunchbang bootloader, since it is the first bootloader.
- Use super grub2 disk to boot windows.
- Recreate the bootloader using easybcd
I'm not quit sure if that would work, so I'm asking you to see what you think.
By the way, i can't use any solution that requires me to use linux os live cd, live cds don't work on my pc due to nomodeset problem. I have no windows live cd, but i have created windows repair cd which works well.