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I installed Linux Mint 14 alongside Win7 using tutorial. When I choose Mint in the boot menu, it doesn't boot into Linux. Instead, I get a GRUB4DOS command line. It says something like this: How do I fix this while leaving windows bootloader as default ?
by srdjan305 in Linux and Unix ()
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I have found many tuts explaining how to do this, and i think im doing it correctly. all up to actualy putting the iso's on the drive. how do i do this, do i just put the iso in the root and modify the menu.lst accordingly or do i have …
by crackerjacker -2 in Microsoft Windows ()