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I'm trying to have boot option for Backtrack 5 R3.  I've loaded Backtrack 5 R3...and once in a blue moon it actually decides to boot to it...I also have Windows 7 Ultimate loaded on the same hard drive which is taking up the partitions for ext1 and ext2....ext3 has Linux on it.  Some I get an error with grub that says there's not enough space to load....before any OS is loaded...most of the time it just boots to Windows.  How do I make it so I have the option of either having boot to Windows or Backtrack 5 (Linux)?

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You can try http://www.supergrubdisk.org/category/download/supergrubdiskdownload/

 

The download links are down but there is still a torrent link.

 

This is the old version which also rewrites your mbr to fix your boot entries. The new version can only boot systems but does not fix your mbr.

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Backtrack has been deprecated - why would you be using it in the first place? ;) Use the current version

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/downloads/
BackTrack 5 is OUTDATED and no longer supported
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