I have a PC with a hard drive that's divided into two partitions, one for Windows 7 and one for Ubuntu. I primarily use Windows 7 and occasionally (once a week) use Ubuntu.
When I boot up my computer, I usually get taken to a boot menu that includes about 5 different options: 3 are for Ubuntu's configurations, one's for swap, and the forth is for Windows 7. Then after I select Windows 7 or Ubuntu from this menu, I get taken to another menu that again asks me for Windows 7 or Ubuntu. This time, there's only 2 options, Windows 7 and Ubuntu. Each of these menus has a 30-second timeout before proceeding with the default action of booting into Ubuntu. So, if I ever turn my computer on without actually sitting in front of it for a few minutes, it boots into Ubuntu.
I'm trying to figure out what I need to do so I can first get rid of the 2 boot menus. And if possible, I'm looking for help changing my boot options so that Windows 7 will boot by default (even with the boot menu wait of about 30 seconds).
My hard drive's partitions are laid out like this:
- Windows 7 (C partition)
- Multimedia (D partition, I just use this for backup/non-OS stuff)
- Ubuntu (home directory)
Is there any other information I need to provide?