Briefly describe your issue below: After many failed attempts to install Parrot 4.9 home on a partition of my formerly only windows laptop, it seems to have worked now using the option in the installation manager (not the one that is accessed from the live version) that leaves the least options to change stuff manually. (Previously when installing from inside the live test version I got errors relating to it not being able to install GRUB as there was no bios boot partition, later it claimed the image I attempted to install was too large). When installing GRUB, it did not detect the other operating system (windows 8.1), but I followed the instructions in an internet tutorial and clicked “yes” when it asked if GRUB was to be installed on the master boot record. I also made sure to select the hard drive to install it on in the next step. However, upon reboot, GRUB was not present and it went directly into windows again. I have subsequently tried the following: https://docs.parrotlinux.org/trbl/trbl-grub/ and https://community.parrotsec.org/t/grub-not-installing-from-live-boot-usb/4301/2 but to no avail (I also wasn’t entirely sure which exact partition to choose but I have tried all of them and none worked). I really don’t know what else to do, so if anyone could give me a hint I’d be grateful!
What version of Parrot are you running? 4.9 home, trying to dual boot with win8.1
What method did you use to install Parrot? installed from a live usb
Configured to multiboot with other systems? (yes / no) yes