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I've been scratching my head for hours, and am completely lost. I have ubuntu installed on a separate drive, and 5 other drives I use with windows 7. I ran Boot-Repair with "Recommended Repair" and came across this error:

GPT detected. Please create a BIOS-Boot partition.

I also created a bootinfo summary, which can be viewed here: http://paste2.org/f9ZBXUHw

I have no idea how to create a BIOS-Boot partition, or where to begin.

How can I change the grub boot order so I can choose to boot into Windows 7 or Ubuntu?

marked as duplicate by Anwar, Eric Carvalho, Community Jul 18 '16 at 0:44

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  • @AnwarShah I managed to figure this out. I have ubuntu running as a virtual machine with the help of VirtualBox – Alex Fallenstedt Jul 18 '16 at 0:44

Recently installed in dual boot mode windows 10 + ubuntu 16:04 GPT partition , I used Rufus tool.

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