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Linux - Recover GRUB Boot Loader

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Zig
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1.) Boot using Linux CD.
2.) Type Linux Rescue at the prompt.
3.) Follow the instructions until u get the sh prompt. Then give following commands:

chroot /mnt/sysimage
grub-install /dev/hda

Here /dev/hda refers to ur HDD

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michael
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Lol. I always just used the Gparted to recover my GRUB.

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