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My brother wants to get windows 7 64 bit alongside his Windows 7 32 bit. How can I install/modify Grub onto his computer in order to create easy boot options without having to install a Linux Distribution. I know this isn't really a Linux question and I’m sorry about the off topic, but this website will probably give me the best answers to grub.

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Windows has its own bootloader that will allow you to choose between installed versions of windows running on different partitions.

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  • +1 Good point, but please argument why are you deviating from what the OP's asked. Example: You don't need to install GRUB, because... – Alba Mendez Nov 11 '12 at 13:37
  • grub is more advanced – Nick Bailuc Nov 11 '12 at 23:37

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