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    Tripel bootmenu grub suse 11.1

    I have installed my pc as follows
    its a hardisk of 160 GB
    1ste Xp on 70 GB partion
    2 Vista on 28 GB partion
    3 Suse linux on 8 GB
    4 Backup Fat32 40 GB

    Fist i installed xp than vista and last suse

    the question is how can i change the grub so that i not need the extra windows bootmenu.
    So after the install of vista i had a windows bootmenu.
    And afther installed suse i had a other bootmenu grub.
    And there is a line named windows when i clicked on it than the windows boot menu showed up

    But how i make that i can select xp and vista directly form the grub menu

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    SuperMod (Back again) devils casper's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Chandigarh, India
    Hi and Welcome !

    Its not possible to add entries of both XP and Vista in GRUB menu. XP/Vista dual boot is handled by Windows Boot Loader only.
    During Vista installation, Windows OS installer configured Windows Boot Loader for dual boot setup. Linux boot loader can call Windows Boot Loader only.
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