GRUB Bootloader Screen

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Answer: 1

32 hours ago

I recently installed Ubuntu on my PC. When I boot up my PC the regular way (e.g. pressing the power button), it shows a boot loader screen, like the problem https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/how-to-fix-minimal-bash-like-line-editing-is-supported-grub-error-in-linux/ tries to solve. I followed it but failed to find my linux partition (it showed a bunch of hd0s which are all my windows disk). I am using a workaround where I booted into the BIOS first and then entered Ubuntu from there pressing the shift button which allowed me to boot into Ubuntu or my windows without seeing the GRUB screen. How do I solve the problem without this workaround?

(I have two physical disks: one with Ubuntu and one with Windows. GRUB failed to find the one with Ubuntu so I can't boot from there. (But I think BIOS can that's how the workaround works))

(Also, I can boot into Ubuntu through the BIOS, and I did follow the last step of the tutorial. It didn't work.)

Added by: Kamryn Welch Jr.

Answer: 2

16 hours ago

First make sure you have disabled Legacy boot option and secure boot from BIOS settings. It's fairly easy to disable

Create live USB stick of the Ubuntu version you have installed on the system.

Boot using the live UBS stick, select Try Ubuntu option. You should have internet connectivity to perform below steps:

  • Open the terminal

  • Execute following commands.

    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair

    sudo apt-get update

    sudo apt-get install -y boot-repair && boot-repair

  • Popup will appear, select recommended repair

Added by: Ryder Becker

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