Running 12.10 and it had 2 hard drives, grub menu would come up okay. I have just added a third hard drive with windows 95b on it.
How do I modify the grub menu to have the option of booting ot that 3rd HDD ?
on 11/01/2012 – Made popular on 11/01/2012
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