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- GRUB does not detect Windows 9 answers
Here is a report when I run boot-repair off a live-usb http://paste2.org/dtAWjmMU
So at this point I can either:
A. Set my booting priority in BIOS to my SSD with Ubuntu 16.04, get the grub2 menu but no option to boot into Windows 10 but two memtest86+ options.
B. Set my booting priority in BIOS to Windows Bootloader (the SSD with Windows 10), the computer starts up Windows 10 and grub2 doesn't show up at all.
How do I go about dual booting so that I can boot from my Ubuntu 16.04 drive -> grub2 and have the option to select which OS I want to boot from?
On a side note, is there a significance after this process is done for the memtest86+ options?
I've honestly tried a bunch of links but if there is one I missed that addresses this particular case please direct me.
EDIT: A user posted a link to this question:
and after following those steps now I end up with no grub2 menu at all upon startup. Will edit further after I run boot-repair.
EDIT: After booting from live-usb and running boot-repair this is my report:
So the original problem has now changed to not being able to boot into grub2 at all. Please don't direct me to more links that don't answer my question and make my problem worse.