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Initially, my laptop has only one HDD with mainly three partitions which contains Ubuntu, Windows and Data (excluding the swap, boot, recovery partitions). I used GPT as my partition scheme. Now, I added SSD to my laptop. I now have two HDD technically. I installed Ubuntu in SSD and deleted the Ubuntu in HDD.

My Ubuntu cannot read my Windows. So what I did was installed yannubuntu's boot-repair and ran recommended repair. The result was I had two Windows option in the GRUB. When I boot in my Ubuntu, I had to suspend and wake the operating system up in order to regain wireless connection. I assume that this has to do with having two EFI boot partitions both in my SSD and HDD.

SSD Contents SSD Contents

HDD Contents HDD Contents

Also, grub was installed in HDD. I was thinking of removing the grub in HDD and installing grub in SSD should solve the problem??

Currently, I don't know what the boot-repair did, whether it installed grub in both ssd or hdd. Or just fixed the grub in hdd. I do not know.

But this might give you a hint..

I ran advanced boot options and tried installing grub to sda and unchecked installing grub to both SSD and HDD. And an error message has appeared.

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Do you have windows8 pre-installed? –  Null pointer Jun 14 at 4:22
    
Yes. Initially. But I reformatted my entire HDD before with Windows 7 and Ubuntu –  Xegara Jun 14 at 4:25

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