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Dual boot Windows 10 and Pop_OS! 20.04 in separate drives in EFI mode - no choice screen?

aleiex

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Hello everyone!

I recently installed Pop OS! in a new SSD along with Windows 10 in a different drive (previously installed), during installation I selected the EFI option at the beginning of the disk with PopOS.

After restarting and configuring PopOS, I restarted again and I can't get to the screen showing both OS, it loads PopOS directly, if I enter BIOS I can choose windows and log into it with no problems, How can I get it to show me both OS before loading?

This is how I installed it:
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Thank you so much in advance!
 

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There should be a key that your machine uses to get boot menu. Sometimes it's F9 or F12, but you'll have to find it for your make and model. Having said, you could also install rEFInd in Pop, which will also give you a menu. Refind is in Pop's repo, so installation is with apt.
 

aleiex

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Thank you!

That's correct, I can log into Windows by pressing F12 during boot time, I'll try with REFInd and I'll let you know if it works!

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