Am I asking too much from EasyBCD?

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rohanvr_21

Guest
#1
I am trying to triple boot win7, win xp and fedora 12 using EasyBCD..
I have a 5 year old p4 with 512mb of ram and an 80gb disk.. I got winxp on c, win7 on D and fedora 12 on the third part...
fedora's own boot system, grub if i'm not mistaken, says os not found when i select other operating systems.. so i used the win7 disk and repaired the installation, i guess this re installed the 7 boot, so i got xp and 7 as options...
then i used EasyBCD , tried neogrub, put fedora's menu.lst into the /NST/ folder, but selecting neogrub just takes me to a command screen... selecting grub leads to no linux option on the boot screen...
However, this was an easy task with ubuntu 9.10....
where am I going wrong... please help me ...
 

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#3
And select grub2 from the dropdown for 9.10