I just installed Xubuntu on a Windows XP machine. I left Windows XP on the machine, and made a new logical drive, E, to which I installed Xubuntu. During the installation, I was asked to install "grub" something-or-other that would let me choose which OS I used at boot time. I tried several times to install that, but failed every time, so went on to finish the install without "grub."
I then got a message saying I would have to load Xubuntu "manually" by means of some kind of kernel operation. I have no idea how that works. Now, when I startup the computer it loads Windows and ignores Xubuntu.
I have tried to change the boot order, but the only relevant option is "Hard Disk," which automatically loads the OS on C. I cannot select my new logical drive E as the boot drive.
How can I load Xubuntu?