Courtesy: Make Tech Easier
For those who are having a dual (triple or quad) boot system in your computer, chances are, your bootloader might break when you update one OS to a newer version. If you are using Ubuntu (with the new Grub 2 bootloader) and you installed Windows. The Windows bootloader will erase your Grub 2 and you won’t be able to boot in your Ubuntu. As such, you will need to restore your bootloader to Grub 2.