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Question Solved Dual-Boot option

derpOmattic

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Can you supply a screen shot of your partition scheme from Gparted.
Also show the contents of Pop's EFI. First use sudo -i. Then cd /boot/efi/EFI. Then ls. Copy the entries to here. Type exit to close the administrative prompt.
 

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Can you supply a screen shot of your partition scheme from Gparted.
Also show the contents of Pop's EFI. First use sudo -i. Then cd /boot/efi/EFI. Then ls. Copy the entries to here. Type exit to close the administrative prompt.
128GB SSD (Windows 10)
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1TB HDD (Pop OS!)
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Contents of POP EFI!

BOOT Linux Pop_OS-7e967a5b-498a-4038-bf09-3ba15589c3a6 systemd
 

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Aha, I see. The instructions to copy the EFI into Pop's is for a dual boot scenario where both OS are on the one drive. What you need to do is either use the machine's EFI boot menu, or install rEFInd in Pop. refind is in Pop's repo, so installs with apt.
 

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Aha, I see. The instructions to copy the EFI into Pop's is for a dual boot scenario where both OS are on the one drive. What you need to do is either use the machine's EFI boot menu, or install rEFInd in Pop. refind is in Pop's repo, so installs with apt.
It worked!! Thanks!

But there is a new problem now when I plug in my earphones no sound is coming through them. What o do?
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Nice. You can use sudo alsactl store while it is in a good state. Then you can use sudo alsactl restoreif necessary.
 

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