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I installed Windows 7 and Ubuntu 11.04, I usually got the problem with Ubuntu for first boot. When the bootloader comes up, I chose the Ubuntu, but it stayed still, it didn't go into the system. Could you please give me any solution about that?

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Could you please give me any solution about that?

I find Grub2 and Windows 7's boot loader seem to not mix that well for now... The solution I tend to find gets me back on track fast is to install "EasyBCD" for Windows. You'll want to run it as your main bootloader. It provides a very easy to edit boot menu (edit in Windows).

If you're still having problems getting Linux to boot at all, take a look at using Super Grub Disk to at least get back in there.

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