After using Wubi for a few weeks, I thought it would be time to do a real install of Ubuntu. I downloaded the iso file from the official website and installed the iso on a usb (with Pen Drive Linux's USB Installer). Next, I boot my PC via the usb and installed ubuntu on a new partition and also created a swap partition.
When I restart my PC it immediately boots up with Ubuntu without asking for the choice of Ubuntu/Windows7. The files saved under W7 are still available and also Windows is still on the ssd.
In the print screen one can find the current partitions of my ssd. sda1 is the partition where W7 is installed, sda2 is the partitions where W7 saves images and documents, sda3 is the partitions for Ubuntu and sda4 is the swap partition for Ubuntu.
I would like to have a choice to boot Ubuntu or W7. The difference with similar questions is that it will boot immediately Ubuntu and not Windows 7. Does anyone know how to solve this?
When I use the live boot of Ubuntu and then follow the steps described at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair I get the following (see printscreen).