I created a partition for Kali Linux and a Live USB. I used the Live USB, was intrigued by what I saw ( first time ever seeing Linux ) and chose to install but the install wouldn't complete.
Several attempts failed, so I thought maybe something was wrong with the USB but when I rebooted I got nothing , like my hard drive was gone.
I booted back into the USB and after running through the install process again I got Kali up and running. Rebooting then took me straight into Kali, but F5 takes me into GRUB boot screen and I can choose to boot into Win 7 from there.
Looking at my disk management from Win shows that my Linux partition is now my active drive.
This is my question :
If I make Win partition my active drive again do I have to repair/replace the bootloader first? What I would really like is for the boot options to appear automatically when I turn on or restart and if that is not possible I would like Win 7 to be the automatic go to.
Another question :
Is there a way to have Win bootloader initialize first then upon choosing Linux drive the grub loader initializes?
I'm very new to Linux and bootloaders, and am trying to absorb all I can.
Can anyone shine some light?