Installing Ubuntu 10.10 over Windows 7


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Yesterday, I tried to put Ubuntu 10.10 over Windows 7 and encountered a problem.

There is a hard disk divided on two partitions (system and garbage) and the second hard (also divided into two parts: one for garbage and for Acronis Secure Zone). Here on the system and tried to put. First removed it at zero, then made the file system ext4 (logical partition), remontiroval to "/" and a partition for swap. The remaining sections left as is, remontiroval /windows/distr etc.

The point is that after installing and restarting, the BIOS says that is not found MBR (no matter what hard boot).

Tried to beat the system partition into three parts where the third is mounted as /boot — did not help.

There was also an idea to leave the how to section for the bootloader itself is hard, not a section, but I was afraid all the info on the hard to lose, but probably this is the solution.

Ubuntu is generally put for the second time in my life and for the first time with pereyaslivka sections. In General, how do I get this right:

1. To install Ubuntu on the system partition;
2. Two sections are left as they are, but to mount at boot;
3. ASZ do not touch

ubuntologia.ru/installation#partitions-setup did not help
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With a clean installation 42 version (101010) is not played, but in 10.4 when installing and partitioning it asks where to write the boot loader. And you can write in boot sector of the screw (like /dev/hda) or a specific partition (like /dev/hda1). Choose the first option.
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Why not formatnut both screws? :) Because, as you say, on other pages of the stuff.
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And what you don't like Wubi?
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