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I have a bit of a problem, I wanted to migrate away from windows 10, I found that my debian install was starting to act up. However, when I deleted it, it went right back to normal, I wanted to try elementary os, it installed just fine, but then, when I rebooted, the bootloader showed windows ten as the second option, meaning, my elementary install is not accessable. How do I fix this issue?

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  • All installed OS should appear on grub automatically. Try to access any linux OS that you can and execute sudo update-grub. – Maccer Feb 21 at 13:04

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