This is not your regular DUAL BOOT thread.
I've got a netbook that has Win 7 as main system and only 32 gigs of NAND storage. This is why keeping linux on different media is a better solution for me. I've also installed Backtrack 5 r2 on an 8 gig class 10 sd card, works fairly well.
My booting process looks like this:
POST -> GRUB menu on SD card -> Persistence mode Backtrack.
What I need (I would like Win 7 to load by default):
POST -> GRUB menu on SD card -> Windows 7 (boot from first HDD)
Technically, all I need to do is to change GRUB_DEFAULT to X (7 in my case) and run "sudo update-grub" but I get an error message:
SD card created with unetbootin.Code:/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: cannot find a device for / (is /dev mounted?).
Looking for any adviceCode:sudo mount aufs on / type aufs (rw)