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I tried to install Remix OS (Android x86) on my Windows 10 computer.

Unfortunately it overwrote my current bootloader and now I can't boot into Windows nor the newly installed Android. What should I do to be able to dual-boot Windows and Android x86?

Is there any software, which could be transfered to USB to create a bootable USB in order to dual-boot on my computer?

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You can use boot repair to install a grub that permit you open android or windows at start your computer.

  1. Download BOOT-REPAIR-DISK,
  2. Then burn it on a live-USB key via Rufus or Unetbootin. (do not burn it on CD/DVD if your PC came with Windows8/10)
  3. Insert the Boot-Repair-Disk and reboot the PC,
  4. Choose your language,
  5. Connect internet if possible
  6. Click "Recommended repair"
  7. Reboot the pc --> solves the majority of bootsector/GRUB/MBR problems

Source boot-repair-disk / Home / Home

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