I decided that I want to dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS as safely as possible by using two hard drives. I disconnected the old windows 10 hard drive and installed Ubuntu on another new drive. After the installation was completed, I tried to run
os-prober but nothing came up. Grub also didn't show at first until I commented out the line
# GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0. Now GRUB only shows Ubuntu and no Windows 10. I can still access windows 10 without any problems by changing the boot priorities in my bios. I disabled secure boot and fast boot in windows 10 already. The boot menu in my bios shows UEFI and Legacy mode for the boot mode. Both systems are intact and undamaged because they were installed separately. The windows 10 drive is mounted (shows on the side bar as a 249GB volume) as I am running
Is there a way that I can get grub to detect windows 10?
Let me know if there is any configuration file or screen shots you would like to see.