"make the Linux bootloader trigger booting of the Windows drive" and this is exactly what I want to do.
thanks for your reply!
"Alternatively, a simpler solution than making the Linux bootloader trigger the booting of the Windows drive would be to use the BIOS key to choose a boot disk during reboot. In either case, because two different drives will have separate boot partitions and loaders installed, you should be able to boot both operating systems." I'am able to boot them. BUT press every time F12 to boot properly is annoying.
So I want this first option. To get GRUB boot loader to boot linux at default , and if I press down arrow (from GRUB2 boot menu) and select windows 7 I get tryecrypt menu, so can just type password and run windows 7
Any idea how to do that with GRUB2 (linux mint cinnamon)?