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So i recently installed ubuntu ( i had windows 10 already installed on my SSD). I installed it on a partition on my HDD. I tried to make it so if I boot from the HDD grub would start. When grub generated the config file it recognized the windows and added it to the list. If i try to boot windows with grub, the system just reboots. If i try to boot the pc via Windows Boot manager(SSD), windows boots fine. I tried booting from all partitions of the SSD with grub but none seems to work. Grub Code, output of fdisk -l, Boot menu. Thank you in advance! ps: I am sorry if i made a dumb mistake that i overlooked.

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    Form the snapshots I guess UEFI and GPT disks. If Secure Boot is still enabled you should check that way, either disabling it or double checking your GRUB setup took it into account. – AntoineL Mar 12 '18 at 19:17
  • i tried disabling the secure boot but it didnt help – jakic Mar 13 '18 at 14:26

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