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I've mentioned the Solution here on Unix Stackexchange. Either try the grub-mkconfig method by booting into Linux through Super Grub 2 Disk that I also mentioned, OR, directly recover Windows Loader and recover Linux later when you need it. It's all mentioned in the Link.


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Grub2 has two parts -- one in the MBR and the other one on a regular partition. The rescue prompt means grub has failed to load its second part. To fix that, you need to reinstall grub from a real system. Either you can boot from live CD/USB (easy), or you can redirect the rescue terminal to load the other parts, if you know where from (not so easy). Check ...


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This seems to solved the error. I opened the file /etc/default/grub and found on line 11 GRUB _ CMDLINE _ LINUX _ DEFAULT="quiet splash acpiosi=linux Removing the spaces between _ to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpiosi=linux solved the problem


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Boot into recovery mode, hold shift after the BIOS loads. Select the second kernel with (recovery mode). If you still have the same problem, mouse/keyboard not responding then reboot and try again with the next available recovery mode kernal. I have once had to use the third option before it worked. Turn on networking network then fix the packages dpkg. ...


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You might be missing the device files for those partitions. In other words: kpartx -a -v /dev/mgtvg/linux2os This should create something like: /dev/mapper/mgtvg-linux2os1 /dev/mapper/mgtvg-linux2os2 ... After that, you might be able to do grub-install /dev/mapper/mgtvg-linux2os This will in turn resolve (hd0,0) or (hd0,msdos1) into ...


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You can insert your Windows Installation Medium and boot from it. Then you launch a command prompt and enter this: bootrec /fixmbr This should rewrite your Windows Boot Manager, but maybe you won't be able to boot f


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because will have to get rid of Debian eventually and I cannot risk to lose access to Windows. Is there a way to do just that? The least action way (and my recommended path) is to just stay with grub for now and once you're done with Debian boot into recovery console from the Windows CD and run BOOTREC /FIXMBR which will make the Windows boot loader the ...


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You need to chroot to your installed system and reinstall grub from there: mount /dev/sda(number of partition with kali) /mnt mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys chroot /mnt bash grub-install --boot-directory=/mnt/boot /dev/sda update-grub exit reboot



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