Yesterday I installed Kali, however, after the install had finished there were no bootable operating systems. Neither my Windows 10 or Kali would launch. After reading around I found repair boot, made a live CD, and "fixed" the grub. This allowed me to launch my Kali OS but it still would not let me launch my Windows 10. Here is the PasteBin

This brings me to a few hours ago. Since then I have not been able to fix my system so it launches Win10. I can mount my hard drive that had my Win10 OS on and that was not touched during Kali setup, I have tried the methods here (except manually writing an entry).

I have also tried booting on the HDD that has the partition for Win10 but that provides me with a black screen and a flashing white line. The same result that I had before I ran boot repair and got Kali to work. I read it my be related to secure boot but that is disabled.

So I am asking how can I boot into windows, either by booting onto the hard drive that contains it or adding it to the Grub Kali launches off?

  • Make sure you also try to fix MBR
    – f3rn0s
    Nov 21 '16 at 23:18
  • @Tealkine Using what? The Windows boot disc?
    – Dan
    Nov 22 '16 at 0:01
  • "after reading around I found repair boot, made a live CD, and "fixed" the grub. " Using repair boot. Also repair-boot did its job, it fixed grub.
    – f3rn0s
    Nov 22 '16 at 4:03

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