I started to use Ubuntu in April. I thought it would give me the option whether to boot into Ubuntu or Windows at each start. But that didn't happen. But I was happy with Ubuntu and didn't have time so I didn't try to get dual boot working.
Now my father has stepped up pressure on me to either have a dual boot working or remove Ubuntu.
2 months back I tried repairing Windows (was suggested by a friend) by using the CD but still I didn't get the dual boot option.
Recently, after searching the web I found out that a lot of people do use dual boot but I still don't get what I should do even after searching a lot
I have 2 hard drives, the primary has Ubuntu 12.04 LTS as well as Windows 7. In the secondary hard drive there is another Windows 7 installed.
All I want is to have the option to boot on of the OS in my primary hard disk only.
I took help from the people Ubuntu servers in Xchat. They asked me for the following things:
- To open GParted and screen shot of it
- Video of how my computer boots up
I am writing the links for these (according to the numbers up)
- http://youtu.be/-Jzr6_HAJEU [the thing written in the middle of the video (when the rectangle box appears)is - "ATENCION"(1st line) "92K/58HZ"(2nd line) "FREQUENCIA FUERA DE MARGEN"(3rd line)] check this clear pic -
The helpful people out there came to the conclusion that my monitor is old and unsupported for dual boot.
Somehow I couldn't digest that so please examine things out and help me out.
People its even your responsibility to save a Ubuntu fan like me.