I tried running the Linux Mint demo and then choosing to install alongside Windows 7. I had around 70GB of totally free(unassigned) space available on my singular hard drive. I was installing from a USB drive. I had no errors when installing and everything seemed to go fine, but when I reboot I just go straight into Windows 7. I've been looking around in my bios for any other options, anything I can do to change how it boots, and I can't find anything. I don't even know where to start on fixing this other than trying to reinstall, which I did after deleting all of the non-Windows partitions using fdisk from within the Mint demo. I tried manually creating all the partitions with 600MB for boot and 6000MB for swap(I have 6gb of ram) and I have the same issue. No sign of Grub, it just boots right into Windows. Any ideas?