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Dual-boot Linux Mint 11 and Windows 7

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Dual-booting between a GNU/Linux distribution and Windows on a computer with one or more hard disks is a common practice for those who use both operating systems. It is a somewhat hassle-free approach to keeping a foot in both OS worlds. If you are new to Linux Mint and want to attempt dual-booting between Linux Mint 11 and Windows 7 on a computer with one hard disk, this tutorial offers detailed instructions on how to accomplish the relatively simple task.


As a bonus, the simple steps involved in changing the boot loader installed in the MBR is made available at the end of this article.
 read more | mail this link | score:7928 | -finid, June 13, 2011
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