I installed iReboot in the Windows 7 side of the equation and it recognized the Linux O/S and listed it in the boot options; I right-clicked the tray icon, check-marked Zorin OS, then check-marked Reboot on Selection --- Nothing happens at this point; however, when I went to the Start menu and...
I appreciate the advice and information.
I do know that there is something called "open candy" that comes in more and more software downloads; plus, I read a recent article that said many programs that used to be free and clean now receive payment for bloating their installers with all manner...
Sorry for so many questions.
I have a Windows 7 machine that has Linux Zorin OS on a separate partition of the same HDD.
Do I install iReboot twice --- once in each operating system; or, do I only install it in Windows and it will then also show in the Zorin task bar ?
Thanks for reading.
Okay.........! Panic attack is over !
I searched everywhere for answers with none to be found; I got to read a LOT of useless drivel that always led nowhere.
As I had this disk backed up a dozen different ways, I bit the bullet and rebooted, fully expecting something awful.
Although I am far from familiar with the program, I have successfully used EasyBCD on a few prior occasions.
This time, I hit a snag.
Once EasyBCD finished moving my Boot from System Reserved to the Windows(C) partition, it marked System Reserved as System and Active
Although Windows is...