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I've got my 2nd HDD installed, mounted and recognised and I've split it into 2 equal partitions of 20Gb each.
HI Rich JWhen you installed Zorin the installer would have installed another instance of GRUB on that drive placing Zorin at the top,so before doing anything can you go into your Bios and change the boot order to make the main drive first boot device then post back what order grub places the operating systems. Graeme
Well if you have 2 drives installed you should see them both in the BIOS, I'm not sure what you can do about that, but I suppose there's not really a problem the way it is. Correction! Both drives are listed in the advanced bios screen, but in the boot order screen, there is only the usual list available (hdd, cd-rom, usb etc etc) not 2 examples of 'hdd' - if you see what I mean?To change the list order open Grub customizer under "list configuration" select the OS you want to move then click "EDIT" and change the order by using the "Move Up" & Move Down" options , you can also rename by right clicking on the OS you want to change and select "Rename" then save your settings as you close
sudo grub-install --recheck /dev/sda
Correction! Both drives are listed in the advanced bios screen, but in the boot order screen, there is only the usual list available (hdd, cd-rom, usb etc etc) not 2 examples of 'hdd' - if you see what I mean?
Grub customizer doesn't work correctly. I can set the default in it (and rename) but it won't save the settings - an error screen is returned. KDE have their own Grub manager but that's not working either
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