I'm having trouble installing Kali on a MSI GE70 2OE with a SSD HD and a standard SATA HD.
I've installed W7 on the SSD, and then partitioned my SATA in two parts: One 800Gb for W7 and another 200Gb of empty space to install Kali. There's as well 2Gb occupied by a FreeDos installation on my SATA that I've left just in case. When installing Kali my Atheros Killer 2200 netword card is not recognized. Let's put aside this problem and the fact that I can't install a package administrator.
Finally I can't install GRUB. When starting the GRUB installation the only SO that finds is FreeDos, that is in my SATA along with Kali. I've tried all possibilities to install GRUB but none works:
/dev/sda→ MBR for SATA disk (I think). It doesn't work.
/dev/sda5→ Partition for Kali. ext4. It doesn't work.
/dev/sda6→ SWAP space, 10Gb. ext4. Doesn't work.
/dev/sdb→ W7 on my SSD, 128Gb. NFTS. Doesn't work.
I think I didn't try
sda2 where my FreeDos is, but I guess it wouldn't work anyway.
How can I install GRUB under those premises? Ideally I would like to dual boot along with the W7 on the SSD.