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I had a dual boot setup with a Debian based distro (crunchbang) as primary and win 7 also installed. Recently I reinstalled win 7 on it's existing partition but now the boot loader is gone and win 7 starts automatically.

How do I get the boot loader back to select my is at boot? Think it was grub running previously. I don't want to reinstall crunchbang if at all possible.

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The general steps in these cases are:

  1. Boot from a live CD
  2. Mount your linux partitions
  3. Bind mount /dev /proc /sys /dev/pts
  4. Chroot in the mounted system
  5. Re-install GRUB

From crunchbang forum: http://crunchbang.org/forums/viewtopic.php?id=15351

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