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"If you have Linux installed, please reinit its boot loader" It asks you to reinstall grub2 bootloader on your hard-disk.To do that, simply run boot-repair.
To do so you will need a windows installation cd/dvd 1: put it in your optical drive and boot from it 2: on the installation screen where it asks you to install windows, click on "Repair Your Computer" on the lower left corner of your screen 3: Now go to command prompt(It probably will show a window saying "Trying to repair windows automatically", close ...
Actually, /dev/md1 is mounted to /boot, not the other way around. In any case, you seem to have installed GRUB to sda and sdb, neither of which are mounted on your system. That should not be an issue and since installing to sda will install to the MBR of the 1st hard drive, you should be fine. However, to be on the safe side, you can try installing to your ...
See the following question and answers: How do I change the GRUB boot order? An alternative is to ditch GRUB entirely; rEFInd can launch your kernels directly, assuming they're 3.3.0 or later. You may need to install an EFI filesystem driver. With that done, you can edit the refind.conf file to change the default_selection option to specify which kernel ...
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