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Old 2020-05-22, 02:11   #36
PhilF
 
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Originally Posted by storm5510 View Post
Why does Ubuntu have to be such a SOB about starting properly? I have yet to get it to start on the first try. Typical has been 4 to 7 attempts. I learned, if I hold the Shift key down and the Grub appears, it will usually load, but not always.
At the command prompt (either logged in as root or using sudo), try:

update-initramfs -u

Then:

update-grub

That might fix your grub configuration problem. Of course, you don't want anything to go wrong, so make sure you are backed up first. Murphy's Law states that if you are fully backed up, then you won't need it.

If the command update-initramfs isn't found, you may need to install the package "initramfs-tools".
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