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I downloaded the .iso file of ubuntu 12.04, burned it down to a CD, ran it, tested ubuntu, chose install ubuntu along windows 7 (my current OS) and after a while it said it was done, and after restarting I could use ubuntu. After restart windows 7 ran, although I read I could chose which OS to run. I checked on windows and yes, the partition type ext4 was there, but its just labeled as primary partition with no other function whatsoever. I restarted and accessed to the boot menu and the partition was not there.

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Did you change any options when installing regarding the bootloader? When booting up keep tapping the down button. The grub menu could have a 0 timeout prevent it from displaying and just loading Windows as the default. –  captain_G Dec 8 '12 at 23:44

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