Almost "Yes." On the partition on which grub4dos was installed, there was also installed a file named menu.lst. It's a simple txt file read and used by grub4dos to boot the operating system if there is only one, and to provide a list of available Operating Systems if there is more than one. What appears on the screen are only the Titles of the different operating systems.
Thanks, I think I may have mastered grub4dos now.
I did try grub4dos on ubuntu but it didnt seem to work so I have to swap hdds if I want to use ubuntu. Didnt try dual boot on mint as I couldnt understand how but will some time.
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