On Sat, 31 Dec 2016, Greg Madden wrote: > updating/installing grub might solve the lack of grub boot screen. I > would use the 'dry-run' option..os-prober is the part that looks for all > the other OS's installed so grub can build a multiboot scenario. certainly worth a try! > Debian has no issues with uefi, at least stretch. good. > ps multiboot is the old way, if you have the hardware, virtualization > works great. I use Debian with Win7 as a guest..runs fine..caveat, I > have an OEM Win7 disk., yeah, I have a VM running under NetRunner too. I bought a copy of Windows 7 pretty cheap and got a license. for no good reason, maybe mainly just lack of familiarity with VM, I'm inclined to keep 'the old way' available. I do agree that the VM works nicely. I need it to work with the school's classroom projectors (hdmi) and this I haven't tested yet. f. -- Felmon Davis For courage mounteth with occasion. -- William Shakespeare, "King John"