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    Just Joined! pribon's Avatar
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    Sep 2013
    Priboj, Serbia

    Dual boot Windows 7 i FreeBSD 10.1

    How do I install FreeBSD 10.1 in addition to Windows 7?
    I have already installed Windows 7 64 bit.I recently installed and FreeBSD. Now I want to install FreeBSD 10.1 and Windows 7.
    What should I do to get dual boot Windows 7 and FreeBSD?

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    Linux Newbie Rava's Avatar
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    Jul 2007
    When I installed some Linux to my new notebook that had Wind. 7, the only way I could manage that was by installing grub4dos.
    That creates a menu entry of Wind., that gives me the option between "Linux" and "Wind.", when I choose "Linux" then the grub loader gives me all the Linux and probably variants, so, when not running Wind., I always have 2 OS choices to choose from... But when you set both so that the most used OS is always the default (in my case: 1st. choice: Linux, and in the grub menu: Most used Linux variant, then it is quite quick cause you only need to press [enter] twice.

    I am quite sure that grub4dos is also able to boot BSD, not only Linux...
    yours truly, Rava

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