I apologize in advance if I am not being very cler. I have *very* basic skill levels with a computer.
I used to have Fedora 15. The computer would boot up, and automatically go to a screen where I could choose what operating system I would use. If I made no choice, I would automatically boot into Windows 7.
I decided to upgrade and I installed Fedora 17. Now, when I turn on the computer, if I do nothing, the screen stays black and nothing happens. I must press F12 when the computer starts to get to a screen where I select the disk I want to boot from, then I can choose the operating system I want.
Is there a way I can change back to the old way? I would like to be able to have the computer turn on and if I do nothing, let it boot into Windows without having to press F12.
But before I do anything, can someone suggest which way is better? Which way would cause the least problems to my system in the event I want to make more changes in the future?