I'm pretty new to Fedora, I've used it once and decided to experiment with new operating systems a little bit. The issue is that I don't want to get rid of windows 7 and all the files I already have on my computer. I have already ran through the installation process, all seemed to go well, but I don't happen to have a dual boot loader up, my computer just boots to 7 like nothing ever happened. When I ran through the installation I have two hard drives, I leave windows on the 1TB, and I want to run occasionally different ones on the 100GB, I installed Fedora so it completely takes over the 100GB. My theory is that it just didn't install a boot loader like GRUB or something of the sort because I told it to take over the hard drive, if this is the case can someone tell me how to install one manually, if it is not can someone tell me how to make it so Fedora dual boots normally?