I installed Ubuntu 18.04 but along Win 10 but my PC (Asus X55VD) kept to boot directly into Windows. I used boot-repair-disk, then I was able to select Ubuntu. But once I selected Windows Boot Manager to boot, the boot order changed back to the old state, booting Windows. I set the system setup to its default values, because changing boot order didn't help (the new boot order not saved for some reason).
After performed the reset, the windows boot options disappeared from the boot options, remained only Ubuntu. Ubuntu works perfectly as far as I see.
I have an SSD as the main drive, with two partitions:
C:for the OS (Windows)
E:for all kinds of stuff (Windows)
And I have a HDD in the place of the optical drive for more space, with 2 partitions:
- One of them under Windows control
- I installed Ubuntu to the other.
From Ubuntu I can see Windows' files, system files and all stuff.
If it is possibly I would like to get back my Windows.
I have a
.txt containing a report from boot-repair-disk.
However, I cannot understand it, hence I am not an expert unfortunately.
I appreciate any help you could give me.