Hello every,
I just install Linux (64) on my computer. I have Windows 7(64) running already the the same computer on different partitions but now i can not access my windows again. My greatest worry is i also hard another partition on the same computer and even cannot access that one too. Please somebody should help because i hard all my important documents on partition. I DID NOT FORMAT MY COMPUTER DURING LINUX INSTALLATION .... Now i can only access 6gb out of the 225 gb hard drive ...

MY computer specification
Toshiba satellite L300D
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  1. Best answer
    most distributions have "update-grub", this will allow you to boot into windows. (needs to be run with sudo)

    alternatively you can just mount your windows partition in linux.
  2. Best answer selected by ikekykay.
  3. I'm writing this on a Toshiba Satellite so I feel for ya. If you're dual-booting, you should have a list of operating systems on bootup that you can choose from. If you want to change the order (boot Windoze, for instance, so your wife doesn't freak out) download StartUp-manager and run it. If you just want to see your windoze files, you should be able to mount that partition with your file manager.
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