I have Windows 7 installed on the system and I want to create a separate WinPe bootable partition which system can fallback when things go wrong.
Now Windows 7 does give this option and I might also edit the BCD store to make changes in the boot menu of Windows 7, or I could use EasyBCD. I don't want to use these options as I need to customize hiding/unhiding of partitions at the time of booting etc. I search and found GRUB; it might be the tool I am looking for.
I want to use GRUB loader without any version of Linux installed on the system. Can someone guide me on how I can install the GRUB on the hard disk MBR and configure the boot menu? I searched Internet and mostly I came across commands which search the GRUB on the hard disk (because of an existing Linux installation) and then try to repair it. In my case there is no Linux at all.
I have Ubuntu 9.10 bootable CD/ OpenSUSE 11.2 liveCD and installation disc. Can I use them to install GRUB on my system?