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Windows 7 Boot Manager problem

Boot Manager goes by too fast and won't let me boot into Ubuntu. It's kind of hard for me to explain but I recorded a video so I hope it gives you an idea of my problem

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fd4FEnVs_nQ


I have Ubuntu 10.10 installed inside Windows, when I boot can't select Ubuntu as the Boot Manager goes by too fast. I loaded my BIOS to default settings that didn't help :(


Maybe restoring the Boot Manager will work? :??: If so how? I have Win 7 Pro 64bit.
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  1. do u want LINUX or WIN7 or both..?
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    If it's really the Windows 7 boot manager, then do this once Windows 7 is up and running and you've signed on to it:

    Start -> Type "msconfig" in the search box -> hit <enter>

    Click the "boot" tab

    Make sure the "timeout" value is reasonable (30 seconds is normal)
  3. sminlal said:
    If it's really the Windows 7 boot manager, then do this once Windows 7 is up and running and you've signed on to it:

    Start -> Type "msconfig" in the search box -> hit <enter>

    Click the "boot" tab

    Make sure the "timeout" value is reasonable (30 seconds is normal)


    Thanks! Works good now.
  4. Best answer selected by ikhan209.
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