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Old 2020-05-22, 15:49   #37
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Originally Posted by PhilF View Post
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".
There have been four minor updates since I installed it, I believe. I passed on 20.04. It seems to me like the grub should be shown without any user action, like holding down the Shift key. It's a slow loader with a "spinner." I put a SSD in my Windows 10 rig. A huge improvement. I imagine the result would be similar with Ubuntu.
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