Problem adding ubuntu grub entry

#1
Hi,
So, I just installed a win7/ubuntu12 dual boot following this http://www.linuxbsdos.com/2012/05/17/how-to-dual-boot-ubuntu-12-04-and-windows-7/2/
But at the step where I need to add linux entry to the windows bootloader (as the steps show), it just isnt working, grub is loading into c:
I'm new to this and have no idea where this is going rong but

I've tried to add two linux entries like this:
Add new entry -> linux/bsd -> grub 2 -> Auto Configure
Add new entry -> linux/bsd -> grub 2 -> Partition3 (my /boot)

but this is whats appearing in the view settings part:

There are a total of 4 entries listed in the bootloader.


Default: Windows 7
Timeout: 10 seconds
EasyBCD Boot Device: C:\


Entry #1
Name: Windows 7
BCD ID: {current}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe


Entry #2
Name: Ubuntu 12.04.2
BCD ID: {733512f6-fa0e-11e2-a9d2-acbdb5398a08}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\AutoNeoGrub0.mbr


Entry #3
Name: Ubuntu 12.04.2
BCD ID: {733512f7-fa0e-11e2-a9d2-acbdb5398a08}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\AutoNeoGrub1.mbr


Entry #4
Name: Ubuntu 12.04 (LTS)
BCD ID: {733512f8-fa0e-11e2-a9d2-acbdb5398a08}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \NST\AutoNeoGrub2.mbr


Why is it C:\??? I do not understand. The last entry was just with trying administrator mode. No change.
What is this autoneogrub???
I want to keep the windows bootloader if possible...

Addendum

Okk,
I make noob mistake...
I'd installed the grub into the mbr(I think, i selected /dev/sda) during ubuntu still though /boot was a logical drive.

But it still booted with windows loader so I never noticed...

so any help on what I should do now, some sort of reset maybe... Or should I just install grub as the main bootloader.

P.S. I installed neogrub as per the wiki
 

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#2
It's supposed to be C.
It's not a pointer to the OS.
It's a pointer to the boot information for the OS, all of which has to reside on the Windows "system" disk
Neogrub is the Neosmart Technologies' bridge between Windows and Linux (the MS Vista/7/8 bootmanager is not capable of booting Linux by itself. Windows does not even acknowledge the existence of Linux file systems)
 

Terry60

Knows where his towel is.
Staff member
#4
Why would you want to make it not C when it must be C ?