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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Sure. Am I supposed to juz copy and rename the existing ones?
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Maybe it's because i originally created all *ANG* files/dirs with a much older version of EasyBCD and tried to re-create them with the newest version? Some compatibility issue between the old and the new?
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    SOLVED! I had a backup of the whole FS done some time ago... - browsed through it, found C:\\ANG0 file. - Copied it back to the original place. - restarted - bingo! ubuntu's there as it was before! The last thing that bothers me - since I am the only person who uses this laptop and Im sure I...
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Hmm...looks like it doesn't: I can't think of a situation in which I might have deleted it. - Is it possible that it got somehow deleted by the system itself during i.e. Windows Update? - Is there any possibility to restore it (taking into consideration that I already tried the...
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Yes: Just to explain partitions: - When I start Win 7 #1 i do not want any presence of Win 7 #2 so i removed the letter from Win 7 #2 (just the letter assignment) - Same goes when I start Win 7 #2 (letter assignment removed from Win 7 #1) - obviously since Linux partitions are not FAT/NTFS...
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Yes, I did, but that did not change anything.
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    the screenshot comes from EasyBCD 2.1.2 When I first used it while installing all the OS's it was, I believe 1.7.2, but Im not quite sure.
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    triple boot (2x Win7 + 1x Ubuntu) NTLDR + grub no ang0 problem

    Hi, First of all, I want to thank You in advance for patience, since I'm a complete noob in terms of Linux advanced features. Some time ago I installed triple OS on my laptop. 1. Windows 7 x64 2. Windows 7 x64 3. Ubuntu I do not remember how exactly I managed to make all these work, since...
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