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After dual booting windows 10 and parrot Linux,and I try booting to parrot,this is the error I get,any help?

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  • 6
    What was the order of install? Windows likes to nuke all in it's way.
  • 2
    You'll have to install grub again. Happened to me once.
  • 1
    Depends. If it drops you into a grub shell or rescue prompt, you can still boot. If not, you have to boot a live CD and reinstall or reconfigure grub.
  • 0
    @rekonnect I first installed windows,then parrot.
  • 1
    Reinstall boot
  • 3
    And remember to disable fast boot in windows. Otherwise windows will store its state on the HDD in some particular way which prevents linux from booting
  • 0
    @7400 how do I disable fast boot,never heard of it?
  • 1
    It's a somewhat hidden option that got me the first two times I made a dual boot installation. First google result seems OK: https://tenforums.com/tutorials/...
  • 3
    Boot live, mount root, mount --bind proc, sys, dev and mount boot directly. Chroot to root, update-grub and then grub-install /dev/whereEverYouBootFrom
  • 2
    @7400 Well, if grub isn't stored on Window's NTFS partition, then Linux will still boot. The ntfs-3g driver would just refuse to mount the partition read/write.

    You could still boot Linux and read the NTFS, but it's still recommended to disable fast boot.
  • 2
    Ah, yes. I didn't recall the actual reason why fast boot let my linux boot sequence fail. Thanks!
    @dzil123
  • 1
    It seems as if it has come across an error 15. Maybe it can't find some sort of file. Have you tried turning it off and on again?

    -Literally any tech support
  • 2
    This screen tell you that Windows is going to kill Linux, damngod
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