My favourite Linux install is Ubuntu which every time previously has automatically detected any Windows OS also on the drive.
I wanted to try something different this time and have installed Ubuntu Studio which I have configured up and running fine.
There is one problem - my Windows 7 install which is on another partition is not being automatically detected by the Grub Boot loader in Linux.
What shall I do?
Partition Table is thus:-
I Have a IDE laptop 320 GB hard drive split 4 ways :-
/dev/sda1 Vista Recovery Partition 11GB NTFS
/dev/sda2 Ubuntu Studio 107GB EXT4
/dev/sda3 My Documents And Data Partition 105GB NTFS
/dev/sda4 Windows 7 Install (not being auto-detected) 83GB NTFS
The Ubuntu Disk Utility detects all of the above partitions so they are definitely present; just the problem is with Grub not detecting my Windows 7 install so I can't dual boot at the moment.
Thanks for your help!