I am trying to run dual configuration on my PC. I have Windows 10 installed on SSD and I installed Linux on HDD. When Installing Linux Ubuntu I created boot partition which is visible by Windows (disk 0 is Windows and disk 3 is Linux):
I used easyBCD to add entry to Windows BootManager, however after adding it and choosing this option in booting I enter GRUB4DOS screen: "[ Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else TAB lists the possible completions of a device/filename. ] grub> " I am unable to write anything there and Linux doesn't start. How can I properly configure Windows 10 bootmanager (or how to install properly linux so GRUB executes) to be able to boot both Linux and Windows?
I have UEFI BIOS so I had problems to have GRUB as main bootmanager but CSM is set to legacy. I installed Linux as in this answer.