Reinstall Windows® via Grub
How to install Windows via Grub?
Grub is a boot loader. It is available for Linux and Windows platform. GRUB is the short form for Grand Unified Bootloader. You can edit boot entries, add new Operating System, custom entries, selecting different kernels using GRUB. Logical Block Address mode is supported by grub. You may install grub in floppy disk, hard disk, CD-ROM, USB drive, network drive as it is compatible with these devices. After configuring Grub, make sure you configure the Operating System to boot from Grub. Decompressing Operating System images before booting is possible through GRUB.
The following are the installation method associated with grub to reinstall Windows:
- Windows Installation through Grub
You may download Grub from Internet. Make sure that you download the full version into the computer. During the start up of system, the Grub loads its configuration. Grub allows the users to write a new boot sequence which provides a simple, bash-like, command line interface. It also allows the users to dual boot Linux and Microsoft Windows. It supports multiple executable formats and hard drive file systems.
Installation of Windows through Grub
Grub may load Operating System directly. This method is desirable because you do not need to install or maintain other boot loaders. Grub is flexible enough to load an Operating System from an arbitrary disk/partition. You need to follow some steps to boot any multi-boot-compliant using Grub. The images of Operating System are stored by a command on the drive and you need to set Grubs' root device to the drive. You need to load the kernel image by command @command. Load them with command @command if you need modules. And, then you need to run command @command.
Grub is geometry translation independent and it supports multiple executable formats. It is dynamically configurable and also supports non multiboot Operating Systems such as Microsoft Windows and Operating System/2 through chain loading. The users may view contents of files on a Operating System with the help of Grub. Grub provides support for all commonly used Unix file systems by Windows such as VFAT and NTFS. You may install Grub without attached it to an Operating System.
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