Ubuntu 9.10 with Grub 2 installed in partition unable to boot
g.lip at gmx.com
Sun Dec 20 08:36:27 UTC 2009
On 20/12/09 15:42, peter.soares at rogers.com wrote:
Yes, if you don't install grub2 to sda, you will not be able to boot to
ubuntu. Windows will not be able to do that with its boot.
If you install grub2 to sda it will be able to boot into windows (all of
them) as well. And yes, you will lose your windows mbr.
Easy BCD may not work on grub2. Don't know, never tried, but would be
surprised if it does. Maybe it did worked on your 9.04 which uses
The warning (about installing to other than sda) will always appear if
you do not install grub2 to sda, even if you know what you're doing.
Sorry, you've got to set grub2 to mbr to boot up ubuntu as well as
windows. I really do not see any problem with it.
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