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Old 14th August, 2012, 06:38 AM
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Quote Originally Posted by nolatux View Post
Hi Terry,

Thanks for the quick reply. I understand if the Linux distro I'm using uses grub2, I should then select Grub2 in the drop down list. However I now have 4 Linux distributions (as well as Windows 7) installed on my PC (Ubuntu, Linux Mint Debian, Fedora & Slackware - all use grub2).

Currently, I have 2 entries in my NeoSmart enhanced Windows 7 boot-loader. 1) Windows 2) Neosmart Linux. The latter 3, I boot into from my Ubuntu Grub2 boot-loader. I was looking to be able to set up the option to boot into each of the Linux distros directly from the Win7 boot-loader and not from the Ubuntu Grub2 screen. How would I go about making this happen?
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