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Since you overwrote the boot loader, easiest is to reinstall Linux. Make a complete disk image with dd or other tool. Reinstall Linux. Copy over any files you need from the image.


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I hope you've figured out your install. I wanted to post my findings here for future seekers of the truth. @lx07's answer is great. My situation was slightly different to theirs (and from what I can tell, similar to yours) in that I did not have a second Windows EFI partition. rEFInd needs a separate EFI partition for each operating system you want listed. ...


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Have you tried Grub2Win. If not you can try that. Boot into Windows. Download and Install Grub2Win from here. Add entry of your Operating System. Then restart. You would be greeted with grub first select windows, then you would see options to boot to windows or grub 2 win select grub 2 win if you would like to boot to linux or select windows. Then you ...


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Ok, so there is the solution to mine question: menuentry "MS Windows" --class cl-windows --id id-windows { if search --fs-uuid --no-floppy --set=root XXXX-XXXX; then chainloader (${root})/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi else halt fi } ...but I'm not sure it is perfectly proper as I wasn't able to find any info ...


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