I have three hard drives installed on my machine, they are arranged chronologically in boot priority in my BIOS:
- 64 GB SSD Windows Seven | NFTS
- 120 GB HDD Ubuntu 11.10 | DAT4
- 500 GB HDD Storage For Both | NFTS
What I am looking to do is make it so that GRUB will boot Windows 7 as my primary OS and always offer the option of Ubuntu. Currently, GRUB is on the MBR of the 120 GB HDD (Second in boot priority); and always boots Ubuntu by default. The only method I have found to getting Windows 7 to boot automatically is by physically detaching the HDD. I am running a custom built machine, 64-bit architecture LGA 1155 Mother Board; let me know if you need any other system information.
I am hoping to boot GRUB and have Windows 7 as the default option.