I need a dual boot in my computer, Windows 7 and Fedora 17. I first installed Windows 7 and created the partition scheme during Windows install: - Partition 1: is a small partition automatically created by Windows when I create a partition (around 100MB) - Partition 2: Partition where I will install Windows 7. - Partition 3: Free space where I will install Fedora.
Everything works fine with Windows. Then I install Fedora, I create another partition for boot (around 500MB) and another logical partitions for swap and root (actually Fedora creates those partitions in the free space).
After all the installation the system shows a warning message:
There was an error installing the bootloader. The system may not be bootable.
In fact, the system is not bootable. After the installation the computer always boots into Windows.
The weird thing is that I installed both systems several days ago and I had do reinstall both OSs, but not sure what is happening now.
Note: I also tried installing Grub2 with the live cd, but I have several problems with that, so may me is easier to solve the issue of the bootloader.