Steps for Ubuntu + Home windows in similar bootloader Grub SOLVED

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  1. Home windows 8.1 put in
  2. Home windows 10 put in
  3. Ubuntu put in (after ubuntu put in boot drawback happens and with out exhibiting Grub menu, ubuntu begins.)
  4. After that Disabled secureboot from bios settings, launched to ubuntu Usb stay disk and folow these steps.
  5. Advisable restore however didn’t work .
  6. than i launched to superior restore from similar menu. Uncheck “Add the report back to a pastebin” , OS besides by default i chosen home windows , unselect “Boot abstract” , scrub grub earlier than set up chosen, reinstall grub is chosen. you possibly can unselect different pointless choices.
  7. this labored for me .
  8. Earlier than that i attempted to repair mbr on home windows, EasyUEFI4.6. Visible BCD Editor0.9.Bootice1.3, (Bootice was one of the best one for me to grasp and arrange Efi and boot partitions. Straightforward UEFI was good however didn’t work nicely for me.) additionally I realized to format EFI partition and write new home windows boot Efi on it (its defined under)

Home windows 10 Set up Media:

  1. Insert the Media (DVD/USB) in your PC and restart.
  2. Boot from the media.
  3. Choose Restore Your Pc.

Choose Troubleshoot.

  1. Select Command Immediate from the menu:

Sort within the command:


Sort within the command:

Checklist disk            (Be aware which disk is your Boot drive quantity mine is 0)

Sort within the command:

Sel disk 0

Sort within the command:

Checklist vol               (Be aware which quantity is the EFI partition mine is 4)

Sort within the command:

Sel vol 4

Sort within the command:

assign letter=V:

Sort within the command:


Sort within the command:


After you will have assigned a drive letter Utilizing Diskpart You may format the EFI partition:

Instance: should you assigned a letter V to the partition the command could be:

format V: /FS:FAT32

After the format you want to recreate the EFI listing construction with the command:

MD EFIMicrosoftBoot

Then change to the Boot listing with:

cd /d V:EFIMicrosoftBoot

Then run:

bootrec /FixBoot

Lastly run:

bcdboot c:Home windows /l en-us /s V: /f All

Sort within the command:

bcdboot C:home windows /s V: /f UEFI      (This replaces the above crossed out strains and works in Win 10 1709)

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