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What did I do wrong? (Linux)

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I have 4 drives in my PC, 1 Windows OS drive, 1 Ubuntu 12.04 drive and 2 drives dedicated to data storage. Every other time I have installed a Linux OS on other systems GRUB has automatically superceded the Windows bootloader as the default bootloader whether Linux was installed on a separate partition of the same drive as Windows or on a completely separate drive.
When I interrupt and tell the system to boot off of the Linux drive first then GRUB works normally.