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Dual-boot no boot menu after BIOS update.

Webheadjunky

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Help please... I have done something terrible and now just boots to grub prompt.

I tried recovery and updated the BIOS and let it finish but no change

:cry::cry:
 

Webheadjunky

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Ok panic over. After some frantic googling back in business. I need to select the vmlinux option from refind menu. Is there an easy way to remove all the old kernel references?

Thanks again
R
 
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Webheadjunky

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Sorry to reopen. I selected the wrong option by accident from refind menu and now just boot to grub line. Can't remember how I fixed this last time and still googling. Any advice appreciated. Also, would be good to know how I can edit refind menu so I can delete the wrong options. Hope that makes sense.
 

Webheadjunky

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Ok solved again. If I hit F9 I can select refind boot option. But is there an easy way I can delete all the entries I do not want to see so I can avoid this happening again?
 

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