I have Windows 7 Ultimate installed, then installed most recent version of Debian on an unallocated 100GB partition on the primary drive (on a PC, not on a notebook). That all works without a problem. The problem is that I can not figure out how to change the boot menu to boot with either operating system. I downloaded ezBCD.exe and edited the boot menu to add the Debian os, but when I select it after rebooting I get the error that Windows cannot boot because the files are corrupt (there's lots of other info too that I have forgotten).
When I installed Debian I told it to install grub in the primary boot sector, where I think that is where MS-Windows boot loader is installed.
The only way I can boot into Debian is to use the boot menu of the motherboard bios setup.
Any suggestions how to make the duel-boot menu work?