I recently installed XBMCbuntu onto an 8GB SDHC Card on my Samsung N310. I quickly realized that there is no option in the BIOS to boot to the SD Card. I know I can buy an USB SDHC card reader ad boot directly to it, but I would prefer not to. I have another operating system on the main HDD that I just want to leave alone. I make a liveusb of Linux Secure Live and tried moving the boot from the SD Card to another blank USB drive. I made a 1GB ext4 partition at the front of my USB drive in gParted. Then I ran Boot repair and it said an error has occured: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/6112588/. I found out how to do all of this on the Ubuntu Tutorial here: BootPartition. Basically what I want to do is have a way to boot to the SD Card (XBMCbuntu) or my HDD. Do I need a bootloader or OS selector? I tried burning Graphical Boot Manager with Unibooten on Windows, but every time I selected "Default" (the only option) it would just bring me back to the Unibooten screen.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
P.S. This is my first time on this forum. Should this post be in a different Category?