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I've installed Windows XP Proffesional, Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10. On every boot my system nags me with 2 menu´s.

  1. Ubuntu Grub2 Bootloader (Ubuntu or Windows 7)
  2. Windows 7 Bootloader (Windows 7 or older)

The Windows 7 runs of a virtual Harddisk located on the XP Partition. How is it possible to put it all into Grub2?

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you can boot into win7 but it's installed to a "virtual harddisk" on the xp partition? what?? –  quack quixote Mar 16 '10 at 11:00
    
@quack: I think some versions of Windows can boot from .vhd images, similar to Wubi booting Ubuntu. –  grawity Mar 25 '11 at 6:19

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I have a way to use the simple, not ugly looking Windows boot-loader to display a clean interface asking you for which OS to boot into. For example, my computer asks me one of the following on start:

Windows Vista Ubuntu 10.04

If I don't press anything for five seconds, it boots into Windows. It has no clutter whatsoever. Follow the instructions on my blog over here.

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