Anna EdwARds ash.1574 at
Tue Jan 20 21:01:50 UTC 2009

Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 14:12:35 -0500Subject: Triple-booting?From: a06p18b at gmail.comTo: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.comUntil recently, I was dual-booting Vista and Ubuntu 8.10. However, I've installed the Windows 7 beta on a third partition. When it installed, Windows 7 overrode the GRUB menu (I think) and so I only get Vista and Win7 as options on boot. I'm not sure how to repair the GRUB so that Ubuntu will show up . . . or even how to get into Ubuntu! Windows can't read the ubuntu partition, but I'm assuming I could do something to fix it if I booted from a CD. I'd appreciate any help with this!


----------Pop in your ubuntu disk, make a new linux partition, install ubuntu on it, then set up ubuntu to your previous settings. 
Andrew Pietila
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