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It turns out that I was looking at the whole problem the wrong way. It didn't have anything to do with anything after the installation, but everything during the installation. After I had done many hours of research, I found a few people that said there was a bug in the installation process. There is a bug, but it's not what they thought it was. Think about ...


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The problem with these answers is that they do not address the underlying problem - when Windows is installed, it scans all drives on the system and 'litters' qualifying drives with 'Recycle' folders and other Microsoft OS what-nots, that Grub then takes to be an existing M$ OS. Including the "GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBER=true" line will prevent ALL other ...



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