Unable to boot Windows 10 after installation of Linux to 2nd SSD
Vindieselwalker last edited by Vindieselwalker
Hi, I have Windows 10 installed on 1 Samsung EVO 970 NVMe SSD. Have been working fine for weeks without issue. Then, I added a Samsung EVO 850 SATA SSD to the computer and installed Linux on it. Under BIOS, even I moved the EVO 970 to the top of the boot sequence, it booted to Linux. Removing the EVO 850 did not help as a blank screen with a cursor on the top left showed up and the system returned to the BIOS. Could you please help to fix this issue? Xvideos Xnxx
Swordfish last edited by
it booted to Linux.
Th69 last edited by Th69
But you need a second Win10 computer to create a Windows 10 USB bootable media (if you don't have it already).
Edit: For Multi-Boot, s. How to dual-boot Linux and Windows (follow "Install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10")
Cardiac last edited by
Just boot linux(-live) and fix the mbr...