yesterday I installed debian on my system. It all went relatively smooth and nice. Today I decided to install Windows 10 alongside Debian.
Unluckily W10 wants a GPT partition table, and Debian installed a MBR (probably asked me if it was ok, I didn't know about the GPT thing...).
So I went ahead and converted the partition table on my disk using gdisk.
I successfully installed windows, there is a new entry on my motherboard "bios" called Windows Boot Manager or something like that, if I set that as first in the boot order, windows starts ok.
Now I'd like my Debian back.
I'm writing this from a Debian live usb, and my disk partition table now looks like this:
root@debian:~# gdisk /dev/sdb GPT fdisk (gdisk) version 0.8.10 Partition table scan: MBR: protective BSD: not present APM: not present GPT: present Found valid GPT with protective MBR; using GPT. Command (? for help): p Disk /dev/sdb: 234441648 sectors, 111.8 GiB Logical sector size: 512 bytes Disk identifier (GUID): C30CDFBB-EBFD-4E01-AB9B-31F60867035C Partition table holds up to 128 entries First usable sector is 34, last usable sector is 234441614 Partitions will be aligned on 2048-sector boundaries Total free space is 2925 sectors (1.4 MiB) Number Start (sector) End (sector) Size Code Name 1 2048 112429055 53.6 GiB 8300 Linux filesystem 2 112429056 113350655 450.0 MiB 2700 Basic data partition 3 113350656 113555455 100.0 MiB EF00 EFI system partition 4 113555456 113588223 16.0 MiB 0C01 Microsoft reserved ... 5 113588224 224862207 53.1 GiB 0700 Basic data partition 6 224862208 234440703 4.6 GiB 8200 Linux swap
I think partition 2 is the Windows Recovery (?) and partition 3 was created by Windows too, maybe that's the "windows boot manager" I find in my motherboard boot settings, but I don't know really.
Can you suggest how to proceed from here, possibly without wiping out debian nor windows?