Jellin, I just installed and set up Ubuntu on a Win 7 drive again. I will post my steps, which as far as I can tell are the same as the tutorial.
Boot to Install CD
Specify Partitions manually
Free space-add primary
added 46 G primary partition
EXT4 (this needs updating in the tutorial)
Free space - add logical
added 9 G swap partition
Name and passwords page--normal stuff
Ready to Install page.--
Bottom right is advanced
button, which you click
Check Install boot loader (default
select /dev/sda3 (My Linux install partition
Install went normally. Rebooted back into Win 7. Used EasyBCD to set up dual boot
Pick Linux/BSD tab
Partition 3 (once again, my Linux install partition
Add Entry and Close.
Reboot and select NeoSmart Linux.
Got a Grub loading message, then
Grub menu w/Win 7 added to bottom.
Selected Linux and boot went fine.
I am guessing you did not load Grub on the Linux partition so when you select it, there is no boot.
Waiting eagerly for your response......
Computer Guru, I checked the Linux Menu entry for Win 7 and it shows:
set root=(hd0,1) Win 7 is on the first partition of the only hard drive.