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I am not quite certain what you are asking, however, I think you might have already answered your own question. Windows boot manager is on the top of your boot options, and I am guessing you have fast boot ON, as such you directly get booted into Windows. Edit your boot options from the bios screen and move Ubuntu above Windows Boot Manager. That way you ...


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In my case, there is no path likes \EFI\ubuntu\grubx64.efi when running bcdedit /enum firmware. It is \EFI\ubuntu\shimx64.efi. Run the following command in Administrator mode of cmd: bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path \EFI\ubuntu\shimx64.efi It worked for me. Dual boot Windows 10 (1909) and Ubuntu 16.04.


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BIOS DELL Inspiron 13 (i13-5378) You have a very old BIOS, at version 1.6.1. There's a newer BIOS available, version 1.30.1, and can be downloaded here. This should solve the problem of running the newer Ubuntu kernels. Unless you can update the BIOS from your current BIOS, you'll need Windows to install the new BIOS. Note: Verify that I have the correct web ...


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