Hey guys, just ran into a problem with my new Triple Boot
1. Windows 7
2. Linux Mint KDE 17.2
3. Mint Mate 18.2
I Installed Windows 7, Installed and Added KDE to the Boot Menu in EasyBCD, Then Installed Mate and Added it to the Boot Menu the same exact way.
Both KDE and Mate Bootloaders were Installed to the Root of the Their Respective Partitions. When Adding both Linux Distros to EasyBCD, I chose Grub2 and the Respective Partition of Root for that Distro.
The only thing I can think of is, Maybe somehow I got the Bootloader Installed to the WRONG partition. If so, I'm lost and will need the help of the Alien Linux Guru's here lol. Need to find out where that Mate Bootloader went too? I was messing about with some stuff on that last Install, and maybe the Bootloader Destination changed while doing so.
Windows 7 and KDE Boot fine, but when I choose Mint Mate from the first boot menu presented (I assume it's Windows) it then brings me to what looks like the Grub2 Menu, but there is no Entry there for Mate? There is only KDE and Windows 7.
Is there something different between the 17.xx and 18.xx Series that would mess this up, or am I just not doing something right because a third OS is being added?
I Dual Booted KDE 17.1 and Mint Mate 18.0 on another laptop Using Grub2 and it worked. The two did not work well together on that laptop for other reasons, but I thought I would give it a go on another laptop.