I've just done a Debian net-install on a machine with Windows 7. The
installer explicitly told me it would be safe to write Grub to the MBR,
so I did. However, on re-boot it only offers me Linux.
This is a fresh desktop from Dell -- is there an easy way to recover a
win 7 boot? And how do I do that without losing the Debian boot?
 In recollection, I now can't be sure that told me that it had found
Vista on the machine.
Brendan Halpin, Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, Ireland
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