Months ago I had problem installing OpenSuSe on my laptop.
I had Windows 7 and I tried to create a dual boot configuration, but I lost the Windows boot partition every time after install OpenSuSe.
In that time, I found many posts stating GRUP2 was not compatible with dual boot and I should use LILO instead of GRUB2.
Because OpenSuSe didn’t have LILO as option, I was forced to install Fedora 19 on my laptop, but unfortunately this approach didn’t make me happy.
Now I would like to try OpenSuSe again (replacing Fedora), but I am really afraid of expend hours plus hours (maybe days) trying to create a dual boot without success, so…
… I would like to ask you all if someone is aware if the issue above was fixed on the last OpenSuSe 13.1 version (or not).