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Old March 31st, 2013, 03:38 PM   #476 (permalink)
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You have to decide which but manager you want to use; grub is usually easier (and more forgiving).

I like to put it into it's own /boot directory on the primary (bootable) drive. Once you have grub working correctly to boot Ubuntu, you may have to do a repair of the Windows mbr by using a recovery disc, going to command line and doing fixboot /bootrec and fixboot /mbr.

That is, of I recall correctly...
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