Hello. I have finished trying out Linux Mint, and want to uninstall it temporarily; I looked up how to do this, to avoid issues with not being able to boot back into my computer from having removed the partition it's installed on. I found a form from a person with a similar situation, and a poster said download EasyBCD, run it, and "write the MBR for Windows 7" - which is what I'm multibooting with. I wrote the MBR, and restarted, and upon restart, I wasn't brought to the list of which OS to choose. Formerly, it was Linux Mint, Linux Mint safemode, etc. and at the bottom was Windows 7. Though now, upon restart, I just boot right into Windows.
Any and all help as to how I can boot back into Linux Mint will be MUCH appreciated, as I need to get some files off of LM before I can get rid of that partition.
Last edited by AlexF92
on Sun Jan 27, 2013 3:31 pm, edited 1 time in total.