So I reinstalled Archlabs (newest release) on a partition that had an older version of Archlabs using the most recent archlabs-installer. Somehow I managed to hose my boot record so I couldn’t get into my Windows 10 partition/OS. I tried everything I could manage to get it back (Windows 10 ISO/“Repair”, etc), but finally just reinstalled a fresh version of Windows 10 and Ubuntu (and everything is cool) on 2 different partitions. My question is: does the Archlabs installer default to screwing with the boot partition? Or is it something I screwed up when installing?
Sorry if the nomenclature is not correct, all of this is pretty out of my depth. I have a 3rd partition I’d like to put Archlabs on.