> Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 08:54:19 -0400 > From: Fred Smith <fredex at fcshome.stoneham.ma.us> > > On Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 08:34:51AM -0400, Jerry Geis wrote: >> Thanks... >> >> I added the "insmod ntfs" re-ran config no boot... >> I change the hd1 to hd3 re-ran config no boot... >> >> This is what my partition table looks like. >> >> # Start End Size Type Name >> 1 2048 534527 260M EFI System EFI system partition >> 2 534528 567295 16M Microsoft reser Microsoft reserved partition >> 3 567296 525326335 250.2G Microsoft basic Basic data partition >> 4 998166528 1000214527 1000M Windows recover Basic data partition >> 5 525326336 525330431 2M BIOS boot parti >> 6 525330432 965732351 210G Microsoft basic >> 7 965732352 982509567 8G Linux swap >> >> Thoughts? > > On Centos 7, the NTFS filesystem is not installed by default. Make > sure you have ntfs-3g and ntfsprogs both installed. You'll need to > configure the epel repo before you can install them. > > Fred You need at least ntfs-3g to mount a ntfs partition from the linux side, but not for the booting on a dual-boot. On my c7/window7 machine, the windows boot partition that I have in the grub line is labeled type "boot" (filesystem ntfs) in the output from "parted /dev/sda print". Based on that my bet is that it's your partition 5 that you need to put there, but you may need to do some more probing to confirm that. As I'm avoiding windows10, I don't know that they are still using ntfs.