usbtux wrote:The partition will be formatted (overwriting the existing OS) and the selected Mint partition (root, /home, etc.) will be installed.
For Grub installation, either click on the drop down menu at the bottom of the partitioning page and select the location for Grub installation, or just leave this alone and take the default installation. The default is /dev/sda. This will install Mint's Grub in the mbr over any existing bootloader (Ubuntu Grub, Windows, etc.), and set up the dual boot menu automatically.
Thanks! You say that it will install Mint again and set up a dual boot menu?
Mint is already installed on the hard drive (and so is Ubuntu). I am currently prompted for which OS I want to boot with. I want the machine to boot automatically from Mint (and have Ubuntu completely removed).ALERT:
I am not familiar with the terms Grub and MBR - what are those?