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I installed ubuntu 13.04 along side windows 7. However, after installation was complete and the computer restarted I could not see ubuntu in the operating system load choice. I had windows 7 initially and 3 drives c,d and e before I installed ubuntu. I deleted e: partition and installed ubuntu in the unallocated space.

Windows boot loaded does not detect ubuntu 13.04.

please help

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marked as duplicate by Radu Rădeanu, Jorge Castro, stephenmyall, belacqua, Thomas W. Jul 4 '13 at 0:13

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You should have installed Windows first, then Ubuntu second.. that way the system will use the Ubuntu Bootloader and grub to startup – OluCode Sep 26 '15 at 9:34

Windows bootloader is not going to see Ubuntu by itself. You need an application called EasyBCD or edit config manually.

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