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That was BIOS/GRUB compatibility problem. GRUB was installed in MBR of Vista HD and it doesn't work in a few machines. Either install all OSes in Single Disk but if ...
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- 05-30-2008 #11
Either install all OSes in Single Disk but if you want to install in separate HDs then unplug Windows HD before installation to avoid that problem.
- 05-30-2008 #12
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- May 2008
its worth a shot to try again whats the commands to add vista and xp to grub?
- 05-30-2008 #13
I assume that Linux HD is Plugged in as Primary, Windows OSes HD as Secondary/Slave. You are using Ubuntu's Boot Loader because you have installed it in the last.
Boot up Ubuntu, press Alt+F2 and type this
gksu gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst
title Windows Boot Loader rootnoverify (hd1,0) map (hd1) (hd0) map (hd0) (hd1) chainloader +1
In case it doesn't work, execute this in Ubuntu's Terminal :
sudo fdisk -l