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The Windows Bootloader doesn't work with non-Windows Operating Systems that co-exist on the same system. When you installed Windows it overwrote the Linux bootloader (which was most likely grub) with it own and then only configured that bootloader for the one Windows install it could see (the new one). Assuming the Windows installer didn't overwrite the ...
Yes. As long as both disks are mounted at the time grub is installed/configured it will detect them (and if not, there are enough topics on this site to help you out with that).
You can install GRUB (instead of the whole OS) on a USB stick or CD and use that for booting. Having such a boot medium is generally nice (at least on non-UEFI systems, if a system gets so screwed up that it doesn't boot any more).
Actually those are two questions, lets start with the first one: You have to decide which distor you use for booting. If you decide on Mint to do so, make sure you don't write the MBR while installing Fedora. Either one will do, but you have to be aware that if you choose the one, and boot into the other and update the kernel, that you will not see an ...
I have finally succeded to tripleboot my ASUS G750 JH with Linux Mint (which is based entirely on Ubuntu) and Linux Manjaro (entirely based on Arch). I did like this: 1. Created partitions one for Mint one for Manjaro on the SSD disk after shrink of Windows partition and deletion of the 20 GB Windows recovery partition at the end of the SSD which was ...
As long as you steer clear of Windows "system files" you should be safe enough. If you're worried about endangering your Windows installation and only need read access to your Windows partition from Ubuntu, you can always mount the Windows partition read-only. As root, open the file /etc/fstab and look for the line responsible for mounting your Windows ...
It seems that : From the Wubi Guide How do I access the Windows drives? The Windows partition where you installed Wubi is available as /host within Ubuntu (Places > Computer > File System > Host) All the other partitions will be available under Places > > Removable Media From askUbuntu: Wubi: How do I find partition windows on ubuntu ? And ...
Check Hard Disk for Errors Change Paging File Size Change File Security Settings Change Group Policy Editor Settings Details are: http://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Windows_8_NTFS_FILE_ERROR
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