I am currently trying to get my system (windows 7) to recognize a hard drive with Linux Ubuntu already installed on it. My primary SATA2 HDD is a Windows 7 OS i cloned when changing to a larger HDD for it. My second HDD has Linux Ubuntu installed on it. I would like the choice to choose which HDD OS i would like to boot into when my bios screen pops up. I would just use Grub 2 but am not too familiar with it, and i am leery of editing grub using terminal in Linux. If anyone has a clearcut way to set this up using EasyBCD or Grub2 (preferably the former as the GUI is easier to deal with) just reply to this thread. A little more background info....i have windows 7 on SATA2 port 0 on motherboard and Linux Ubuntu on SATA2 port 1. Both are actively plugged in, but when i try to enter the boot menu using F10 it does not recognize Ubuntu. Although i do see the HDD # associated with the Linux OS in the boot menu. It appears as though there is very little data on this HDD as i can see. Also it appears the boot menu doesn't recognize the size of the new HDD i have cloned windows 7 onto. It is 1 TB but is only showing something like 120 GB. Windows 7 is running fine as it always has on the new HDD. Am i missing something here LOL ?