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comment ntldr.mod missing from GRUB2
as I understood, they talk about the Windows ntldr, which is the OS losder itself; I talk about ntldr.mod of GRUB, which is used to load the ntldr of Windows from GRUB
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comment Two EFI disks with Grub2
Did you "ls" from the Grub console? If it shows both disks, the problem may lay in the mysterious renaming of disks sometimes done by Grub ((hd0) can become (hd1)). Then the answer is in searching partition by uuid ("search" Grub command). If "ls" doesn't list both disks, the problem resembles my current one (unix.stackexchange.com/q/48347/23465).
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answered Two EFI disks with Grub2
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comment Problem at booting Windows from GRUB2 menu made by Debian for itself
@Marko thank you for the information, I didn't know of such a possibility and it's useful, but 1) building kernel and a newer one than even in the testing Debian distro just isn't the "Debian" reliable way, I suppose :) 2) I've spent with the Wheezy/Grub2/EFI mix so much time that we became somewhat close (if u know what I mean)) and I want to finish the loader with my own two hands) it's also interesting; 3) now that both systems are bootable and working it seems too dangerous to tinker with them on the level you're talking about
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