I have Ubuntu 18 and Windows 10 installed in dual boot on my machine.
I now have to do some tuning on the disk partitions and wanted to do it with the gparted available directly on the Ubuntu live USB.
The problem is that I cannot manage to get the USB booting.
I unfortunately do not have access to the BIOS. Before I installed Windows, GRUB was directly booting the USB when I typed
exit on the
grub> command line which is how I could install it, but now when I do
exit at the GRUB command line it boots directly to Windows 10.
How can I boot to the live USB from GRUB?
I tried the solution posted in How to change boot order in grub2 to include bootable USB? and also mentioned in this blog post and it did not work.
To give more information:
it is a UEFI boot
here are the information about the USB I get using
lsblk -o name,mountpoint,label,size,uuid
NAME MOUNTPOINT LABEL SIZE UUID sdb 7.2G └─sdb1 /media/rayan/UBUNTU 18_0 UBUNTU 18_0 7.2G 466D-342D