All, I'm in a wierd situation, I would like to use grub2 to boot my Ubuntu, Windows 7 (old) and Windows 7 (new).
I purchased an SSD and installed Windows on it. My old Window installation still exists and I would like to keep it around for the next few months as I figure out what I need to copy over from it.
I currently have:
- /dev/sda - disk drive -- part: 1 (linux), 2 (swap), 3(old windows), 4 (NTFS Data)
- /dev/sdb - SSD -- part: 1(new windows)
I would like grub2 to display seperate entries for:
However it only displays
/dev/sda3, this leads to the Windows Boot Manager, and there I can choose which Windows to boot. I've been trying to figure out how to adjust this, but I can't seem to figure out where to start.
Points of Interest:
/dev/sda3is listed as
Boot, Page File, Crash Dump(notice Boot is here!?)
/dev/sdb1is listed as
System, Active, Primary(this is weird?)