|From:||Miguel Moura Paredes|
|Subject:||GRUB2 Multi-Boot Menu Problems|
|Date:||Fri, 20 Aug 2010 09:09:24 +0100|
My name is Miguel and I recently decided to start learning about Linux and Ubuntu in order to start a journey towards GNU software. I have a Vaio FZ-11S Laptop with Windows Vista. The laptop has to original hard-drive partitions: the 1st is the Rcovery Partition and the 2nd is the actual operating system partition. On the laptop I installed Ubuntu 10.04 side by side with the other partitons. And now when I start the computer I get the a GRUB Menu something like this (sorry if it not acurate but I could not get a print screen):
Ubuntu (Recovery Mode)
Windows Vista Loader (on /dev/sda1)
Windows Vista Loader (Recovery Mode) (on /dev/sda2)
But the thing is that the Windows Vista Loader (on /dev/sda1) is actually the recovery partition and the Windows Vista Loader (Recovery Mode) (on /dev/sda2) is the "classical" operating system partition. How can I rename or edit the presented menu entries in the GRUB2 menu so that the presented menu entries correspond to correct partitions/operating systems?
Thank You for your attention, Best Regards.
PS as you can imagine I am do not have much computer experience
Miguel Moura Paredes
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