We are both rather panicky at the moment, as I appear to have rendered her Windows installation on the machine inoperable, despite my assurances that this wouldn't happen! Please consider enabling it by issuing 'abrt-auto-reporting enabled' as a user with root privileges 4 Also Gparted does not see the other Windows physical drive for some reason. The drive is also not mounted by default, all my other drives are in the file manager, but not this one. I updated this post because I restored my computer to a previous backup image. Maybe you should not take gpt but mbr. If you want to download Boot Repair Disk just click on the boot-repair-disk-32bit. The reason why you didn't get it in the first place, I assume is that os-prober might have not been installed, this helps you identify other Operating Systems on other partitions.
I reinstalled Windows as bios. This is not the place for low effort joke answers. This is how my boot device selection looks like: When I installed there was also the virtual dvd drive from the ipmi management console, of course that's gone now. The problem is not solved, i never reached that stage as the laptop is not failing to boot- it is opening with phoenix just fine. Be careful not to change the 'exec tail' line above. You need to go to power settings in Windows and disable fast boot, then reboot into Windows, and then reboot again to boot Linux.
The entry for Windows 10 has been successfully added to the bootloader selection menu. I tried editing the menu. At this point, restart your computer and you should again be able to choose which operating system to boot between Linux and Windows. Post the link to the BootInfo report Boot-Repair creates. There's only one partition on my computer so everything is on the C: drive. Otherwise, you can use the grub-glue-efi, grub-install and efibootmgr to make it.
. Discussion in '' started by Divyanshu Bhati,. In case of dual boot, what happens? If wrong you will get an error message. Select the partition in which your linux distro is installed. I'm trying to add the mirror bootblk to the grub menu so in case of a failure of disk0, I can simply boot from the mirrored disk1. Well, me again with another issue.
Else : There are various things that can go wrong with a boot menu of any sort. Hold down the shift key during the boot process this will give you the menu on a one off basis. I'm afraid I've got no more good ideas. I installed it alongside Windows and the installation was successful. Windows did do an update after shutting down and rebooting last night. This may sound stupid, but did you make a backup? After choosing second option after F9 I am taken to menu where I can boot into Linux Mint as well as Windows from there typical maroon background menu I want this menu to appear at first whenever I start my laptop. I just allocate some space from.
So, this was working fine for the last couple months. Step 1 In Windows, go to the menu. . Other than that, I'd never seen it. Dual booting worked fine prior to the install.
It should show boot options for both Windows and Linux. Not so easy to fix, it's easier to re-install. I suspect this is your case. Now you are here at to see how you can tackle out of this problem and save your precious data and boot normally into Linux again. Did you set a boot flag in your fdisk partitioning manager or whatever partitioning manager you used? Your error is fixed and distro is back. Check this link, I hope it helps.
This is the first time I installed Ubuntu v12. If you booted up in uefi, reboot livecd in bios-legacy. I know the boot menu is still there, but nothing on the screen. Do I need to edit the grub. Refind is a different linux bootloader and more reliable, in my opinion. And it was - for a long time, until it wasn't. Your graphic settings are not detected' and a whole new command line.
I decided to go for broke and experiment a bit. Can i install it on the C: partition, in which the previous windows was installed? You may end up with system that boots only Mint and Windows, but no Elementary -- the opposite of what you have now. You then have to use the 64 bit version not the 32bit version of Ubuntu. I recently installed Manjaro xfce replacing kde version, along with Windows 10. It just kept booting into Windows 10 at each start up. Tried boot repair, but it didn't ask for what disk was root.