Snafu Installing Ubuntu
I have Ubuntu installed on my computer, a Windows Vista Home Premium System, but I can't access it.
I partitioned it with the Vista Partition Utility, and installed it in the largest empty space, and removed the CD and ran off the installation, so I know that Ubuntu is installed.
During the installation, however, I mistakenly chose the Windows Boot Manager, instead of sticking with the default Linux Boot Manager, so now I cannot access Linux, except off of live CD.
Maybe I could use the installation disc to swap boot managers, but I am not certain, and I naturally do not want to lose a whole lot of Windows programs and data!
If I had a spare hard drive, I would duplicate this one onto it and release the hounds, but I do not.
Is there a safe way to swap the Windows Boot Manager to the Linux one?
Or should I just wait and get another hard drive?
Item C which I have not thought of?
Thank you all!