Installing Linux on a SATA partition, with Windows installed on SSD

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http://unix.stackexchange.com – My computer has a SSD drive along with a SATA drive. I've installed Windows on the SSD drive (Intel) already and I would like to install Linux Mint on a partition created on the SATA hard drive. So I partitioned the SATA hard drive like so: linux-swap, EXT4 and a FAT32 partition. I installed Mint on the EXT4 partition, and when I restarted the computer, there is no GRUB! It starts Windows automatically without asking to choose the OS. I'm assuming I have to do something with GRUB. Or no? I really don't want to mess up my Windows installation and start over. How do I fix this? (HowTos)