Are you booting via grub and mbr or using using UEFI and gpt disk?
Can you post the disk layout?
Cheers Malcolm Â°Â¿Â° (Linux Counter #276890)
openSUSE 12.2 (x86_64) Kernel 3.4.11-2.16-desktop
up 19:59, 3 users, load average: 0.09, 0.03, 0.05
CPU IntelÂ® i5 CPU M520@2.40GHz | GPU IntelÂ® Ironlake Mobile[/QUOTE]
What I’m actually trying to do is exactly what I do with Windows 7 Home Premium and Ubuntu. Ubuntu asks me during installation where I would like to install GRUB, and in the drop down I choose /dev/sda3, which is the partition that Ubuntu is installed on. This is to hide the Ubuntu GRUB from Windows so that I’m sure to get all the Windows updates that are required. In Windows Vista, they decided that if you were booting from any other OS’s bootloader other than Windows, you would not be getting Windows Vista SP2. That’s when I started hiding GRUB from the Windows partition. So I’m wanting to do the same thing with SLED 11. Install GRUB inside the SLED 11 partition, then use EasyBCD in Windows to create the dual-bootloader, and Windows 7 Pro will never know that I have SLED 11 installed on another partition.
Mark in Cincinnati