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dual boot issues

rret231

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Hi all,
I have win10x64 installed on a nvme drive, and then installed Pop 20.04x64 on a 2nd ssd.
I'm not getting any boot loader that will allow me to switch between wind10 and popos.
Using a z490 ASUS mobo with i7-10900.
The only way I can switch between Win10 and PopOS is by switching between 'WIndows UEFI' and 'Other OS' in the BIOS.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
 

derpOmattic

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If you find it tedious to use the motherboard's EFI menu, you could install rEFInd. Refind is in Pop's repo so installs with apt. sudo apt install refind.
 

rret231

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@derpOmattic ,
started reading your dual boot guide.
I have a Partition with 522MB of space, but the path is different than is in your drive.
I also cannot access this folder
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