On the Add New Entry tab, click on the Linux/BSD tab. For Type, select “GRUB 2″ from the menu. That is all you need to change. Click on Add Entry button, then click on the Edit Boot Menu tab to view your handiwork.
You should see this. You may change the boot order if you wish. Exit EasyBCD, then reboot.
If you followed the instructions correctly you should see the Windows Boot Menu. Boot into Ubuntu.
You will then be presented with the GRUB menu. I like having it like this because if you decide that you want to boot into Windows instead of Ubuntu, you can then choose the appropriate entry.
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