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How to dual-boot BackTrack 5 R3 and Windows 7

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If youíve ever attempted to dual-boot BackTrack 5 and Windows by installing the former on partitions that you created manually, you know that the installer will not allow you to install GRUB in the boot partition or any of the partitions used for BackTrack 5.

In this article, youíll see how to install GRUB in the root partition using a backdoor method. Itís a very simple method that does not require manual disk setup for BackTrack 5. Here are the steps involved:
 read more | score:7406 | -finid, November 21, 2012
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