Just installed Ubuntu 7.04 on a drive that has Win Vista installed. The physical drive is 320 GB and was partitioned at Vista install with 100 GB partition (G and 220 GB unallocated space. Vista is installed on the 100 GB space. During the Ubuntu install, I directed the installation to the unallocated space to install Ubuntu. Everything appears to have gone fine but I don't get a boot option for Ubuntu - just Vista. (Using the Vista bootloader.) Using EasyBCD 1.6, I don't see how to "point" to the Linux partition because Windows doesn't show it. What do I need to do to have the Ubuntu Linux OS as a boot option. Thanks!