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I've searched around and not found anything quite like the issue I'm having.
I have Windows 10 on an NVME drive and I want to install Ubuntu to a second SSD on the same system.
I tried earlier and went through the basic install and it seemed successful - the machine booted to Ubuntu.
I was expecting the GRUB menu screen and I didn't get it.
Am I doing something wrong?
Should I install ubuntu manually?
If I set a timer to -1 on in
/etc/default/grub then the GRUB menu will show up but still Windows 10 is not listed.
If I hit esc on launch I get a
grub> command interface, and by typing
exit I get into Windows.
I should note that my main display is 1440 and the Ubuntu install defaults to my 1080 display. Could that be an issue? Can't think it would be since GRUB doesn't care.
How can I get the GRUB menu to appear on boot with options for Windows 10 and Ubuntu?