what are you use Windwz 7 for? Does F10 you not support well? Ask this question a Win-Forum. I's sure nor a problem of Fedora...
OK, finally I'll answer you serious: (Sorry, but I had to...
Windowz 7 uses a deterrent bootlader, but on a dual boot configuration it works the same as with XP or win2k.
My experience: It works the best if you crate participations with a linux-live-CD or the rescue system of the Fedora-CD. Use good old fdisk
to do it. Create a big ext3-partition a swap and a big NTFS-partition. You can change the FS-type with t
. Save the partition-table with w
. Reboot and install Windowz. Choose only the partition. Do not edit the partitions again in the installer again. Then install Fedora. Also only tell the installer the mount-point: /
Do not edit the partition-table again.
If it will not work... just trash Windwoz for ever!