My computer has a SSD drive along with a HDD drive. I've installed Windows on the SSD drive (Intel) already and I would like to install Linux Mint on a partition created on the HDD hard drive. So I partitioned the HDD like so:
- FAT32 partition.
I installed Mint on the EXT4 partition, and when I restarted the computer, there is no GRUB! It starts Windows automatically without asking to choose the OS.
I'm assuming I have to do something with GRUB. Or no? I really don't want to mess up my Windows installation and start over. How do I fix this?
my motherboard has a shortcut key
F8 which if pressed during bootup, allows me to pick which hard drive to boot from and I've gotten to prefer this method over GRUB. This way I can install different OS's on separate hard drives without messing up my other installations (Thanks to cheap hard disk though!)