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    Default GRUB Bootloader Problem OpenSuse ./. Vista

    Moin Moin,

    a few days ago everything was fine.

    I started the notebook and the GRUB Bootloader gave me three options (openSuse, failsave, windows vista).
    Standard option was openSuse and it starts automatically after a few seconds.

    But I wanted to change the standard option.
    Vista should be the first system that starts automatically.

    So I changed something in the GRUB bootloader system in the openSuse system.

    The Problem now is that I don't have the GRUB startscreen anymore and windows vista starts automatically.

    how can i get back the bootloader screen?

    Regards from Luebeck/Germany, Lars

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    Default Re: GRUB Bootloader Problem OpenSuse ./. Vista

    One way is to boot into openSUSE and use the Yast Bootloader module to re-create the default Grub bootloader menu and install that into the Master boot record.

    This tutorial will show you how to boot into openSUSE: HowTo Boot into openSUSE when it won't Boot from the Grub Code on the Hard Drive

    The Appendix in that tute shows how to re-create and reinstall the Grub bootloader from the Yast Bootloader module.
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