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Is there a way to do it without a boot disc (something like wubi)? Even if not, is there a way to do it so that the bootloader stays the same (i.e. remains the bootloader for win7 as opposed to grub)?

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Downvoter care to comment? – soandos Dec 12 '11 at 8:21
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If you install Backtrack first, then install Windows 7, the Windows bootloader will be used. I had a dual boot using the Windows bootloader and I think that's all I did.

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I already have windows 7 installed, sorry. Is there another way, and do you know the answer to the first question? – soandos Jul 6 '11 at 2:23

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