I installed the
ubuntu 16.04 on top of Windows 10(meaning 200gb for windows and 100gb for ubuntu). while installing I made a mistake(not sure, but ubuntu loads fine and I am able to do all tasks in ubuntu). Because of that, I see
ubuntu is loading directly without showing the
grub menu. I don't want to install again and again to make dual boot work. Any workaround such that I can see the grub menu(to switch to windows 10 os) without losing the Ubuntu.
I am not restarting the ubuntu because I don't want to lose ubuntu now.
The below case looks similar but afraid to try this one. Grub menu not appearing after reinstall and boot repair
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