No dual boot option, no boot priority order

Posted by Atul on Ask Ubuntu See other posts from Ask Ubuntu or by Atul
Published on 2013-04-20T05:24:16Z Indexed on 2013/11/01 22:12 UTC
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I installed Ubuntu yesterday. I partitioned my C: when it was asked to give memory allocation to Ubuntu. The version is 12.04. I was able to install Ubuntu completely:

Ubuntu is successfully installed. Restart you computer.

I restarted and there was no Ubuntu option. Windows 7 also asked for a boot repair. So I did that too. I then wanted to change my boot priority order to Ubuntu but couldn't find it in BIOS section.

I allotted 20GB to Ubuntu and it is deducted from C: but I couldn't see the partitioned drive in Windows 7. Wubi was working fine before on PC with dual boot option.

I used Linux Live key creator to boot my PC through pen drive.

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