Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me out?
I've just installed Linux Mint 14, and am wanting it to run alongside Windows 7, which is on another Hard Drive.
When I first completed the installation my PC just booted straight to Linux Mint, bypassing a Grub menu. I ran the boot-repair program while booting Linux Mint from a pen drive which seemed to fix this problem.
However, Windows 7 ceases to exist according to Grub, there's no option for it. The Windows files are there, I can see them in Linux Mint. There also isn't a /boot folder on the Hard Drive root which I saw as being a common cause, (or at least I couldn't see it there).
What do I do? Would really appreciate some help D: