[ubuntu-za] Query

Daniel Auger elastoplast07 at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 13:02:38 GMT 2009


Hi, thanks for your reply. No, there was no such message or menu during the
installation. I can see the windows files through Linux so I know Windows
has been installed. Is there some way I can change the grub within Linux?

On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 2:55 PM, Sudhashen Naicker <sudhashen at ixion.co.za>wrote:

> Hi
>
> Your installation should have at some point have asked you about your
> windows installation and asked you to add it to grub. Do you remember this?
> If you selected yes, the menu should come up to select the operating system
> with a countdown of some seconds.  You will probably see Windows at the
> bottom of the list.  Use your arrow key to go down to the windows label and
> select.
>
>
> ------Original Message------
> From: Daniel Auger
> To: ubuntu-za at lists.ubuntu.com
> ReplyTo: Ubuntu South African Local Community
> Sent: Feb 23, 2009 14:51
> Subject: [ubuntu-za] Query
>
> Hi I am new to Linux and Ubuntu. I have partitioned my drive so I can
> install both Linux and Windows. I have installed both, however, when I start
> my computer in automatically loads Linux, how do I create the option of
> logging into windows.
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