Windows Boot screen vs. Grub
I was running a dual boot Debian/XP with the XP and Debian on separate hard drives and using GRUB to control what I boot into. I had to re-install XP (<sarcasm>"no, really? Windows?" "Yeah, believe it or not" </sarcasm>), and now Windows controls the booting and automatically goes directly to XP, making my Debian OS & data inaccessible. I have little to no knowledge of how bootloaders work so I'm at a loss for knowing where to start looking to correct this - any advice? Thanks in advance!