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After installing Windows 8, its booloader picked up my Linux partition but it didn't pick up my Windows 7 partition on a separate disk.

I've looked in the Windows 8 bootloader options and advanced options but could not find how.

Have I overlooked some Windows 8 features or should I consider a tool like EasyBCD?

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