I installed Ubuntu using a Live USB.
I have a Windows partition and used GParted to create an extended partition in order to lay my new distro.
When I rebooted my computer after the installation, no boot managers were displayed leaving me with no choice but to use my Windows as it's always been.
The only way to use my Linux partition then is to let my USB plugged and tell the BIOS to boot on it (if so, GRUB is displayed on boot).
Then I used BCEdit for Windows to manage the OSes at the start. Now on reboot, I have the choice between Windows 7 or Linux (I managed to create a new entry in the
Anyways, selecting Linux is useless since no file has been related to the entry.
My question is: What file on my USB drive is responsible to load GRUB when booting from it?
If I knew what file on my USB drive were responsible of launching the GRUB program, I could upload it on my Windows drive and relate it to the BCEdit program.