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Dual-boot is the process of having two (or more) operating systems installed on a computer, allowing one to be chosen during the boot process.

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You can always create a dual-boot using Windows boot manager. Adding an entry for Ubuntu goes like this: Copy from Ubuntu "/boot/grub/boot.img" to say Windows "c:\" (you can use "ext2fsd" utility i …
answered Sep 12 '12 by snayob
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You can use also this guide for dual-booting Windows 7 and Unix descendants like FreeBSD.
answered Dec 5 '12 by snayob
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In Windows you can use "Dual-boot Repair" tool. Rewrite all partition boot records and MBR. Or from Windows 7 recovery/installation CD/DVD/USB run on command prompt: bootsect /nt60 ALL /mbr O …
answered Oct 19 '13 by snayob
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You should have the functionality (in UEFI firmware) to reorder boot menu items - move up/down (and even add new boot menu items). I speak pure UEFI firmware setup functionality. Usually you go to f …
answered Mar 24 '16 by snayob