I followed this instruction -- [url removed, login to view] -- to dual boot my Windows OS and Cent OS 7 DVD via USB Stick. I turned off the secure boot and switched to legacy mode in bios before starting the installation. It worked fine, but there was no sign of windows boot manager in GRUB2 menu. Then I wrote 40_custom file and made the grub config to get the disk in my grub menu. It shows "Error: Invalid Signature" for my windows. I have screenshots of what's going on in the stack question below:
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I am willing to teach how to do triple boot as well (Windows + Linux + Linux). Tell me if you requires Windows boot loader or ubuntu boot loader. Sharing is caring. Item needed: *USB Stick *[Linux].iso