I remember some time ago installing Vista on a new partition of a "Ubuntu / Vista" machine, and the Ubuntu boot menu was gone?
So now there is a machine with Vista and a few Ubuntu installations (Ubuntu 8 and 9.04), and then another boot selection made by Wubi.
So there are 2 boot selection menus, one after the other. The first one with a few choices, and the second one with 2 choices.
So now if Windows 7 is installed on this machine, will it wipe out one or both of the boot selection menus? In that case, will making a partition bootable again involve some work?
If that's the case, I may as well boot to all the partitions first and make sure I copy the data over and delete the partitions I don't need, and keep the needed OS to a minimum and then install Windows 7, so there will be less work to make the partitions bootable again.