So, if you've made the mistake of installing Windows after Bodhi, you might discover that the GRUB bootloader is missing and you cannot enter Bodhi, but you end up in Windows after a boot.
This happened to me today… why oh, why did I install Windows? Here are the steps I took to get GRUB back and get back into Bodhi:
1. Search the web high and low for a fix…
2. Reboot the computer with your Bodhi live cd.
3. Open a terminal and type the following:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install boot-repair-ubuntu
This will now in order; resynchronize the package index and install the boot repair.
4. Open the main menu and go to Applications > Other > Boot-Repair (May vary, doing this by memory)
5. Follow the steps of the application and finally…
If all went as planned, you will now be greeted by the GRUB bootloader screen!
Moral of the story… DON'T install Windows AFTER Linux. If you must have Windows, install that FIRST.
Note: This way to fix GRUB doesn't install anything on your current system! The install you performed on step 3 installs on memory.