I did what the Documentation for Multibooting said and added Stanzas for
Windows and Linux Mint to Grub 2 to /etc/grub.d/40_custom after installing

My Partitions are the following:

*sda1 "DellUtility" vfat*

*sda2 "RECOVERY" ntfs*

*sda3 "OS" ntfs*

*sda4 extended*

*sda7 Qubes ext4*

*sda8 Qubes crypto_LUKS*

*sda5 Linux Mint Swap *

*sda6 Linux Mint ext4*

My /etc/grub.d/40_custom looks like this after adding the stanzas:


*exec tail -n +3 $0####*

*menuentry "Linux Mint 18" {*

*set root=(hd0,5)*

*chainloader +1*


*menuentry "Winodws 7" {*

*insmod part_msdos*

*insmod ntldr*

*insmod ntfs*

*ntldr (hd0,2)/bootmgr*

I've tried out all possible partitions for root=() and ntldr () but the
Linux always gives me "error: Invalid Signature. Press any key to continue."
Did I do any mistake while editing the 40_custom file?

For Windows I get something like

*"Windows failed to start. A recent hardware or software change might be
the cause. To fix this problem:*

*1. Insert your Windows installation disk*

*2. Choose language*

*3. Click repair your computer*

*file: \boot\BCD*

*Status: 0xc0000225*
*Info: An error occurred while attempting to read the boot configuration

Is that really necessary (I don't have such a disk)? There should not have
been made any changes to the Windows Partition so I do not understand why
it won't boot...

I really appreciate any ideas on how to fix this issue.

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