- I have an HP Pavilion Laptop.
- Windows 10 was pre-installed in it which I later upgraded it to Windows 11.
- Then I installed ubunutu 22.04.
- I have an ssd (nvme)
It installed smoothly and works smoothly but their is a small issue my dual boot screen freezes when I power up my machine.
I have to press f9 at start, it shows a Change Boot Order Menu. If I select Windows or Ubuntu, it then proceed to the same GNU GRUB version 2.06 menu but only this time it works fine.
Fixed clock on both Windows and Ubuntu
Boot Repair through Ubuntu
Message from Boot Repair:
Please do not forget to make your UEFI firmware boot on the Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS entry (nvme0n1p1/efi/ubuntu/grubx64.efi file) !
Now what I beleive is that at boot time the boot file is not the grubx64.efi file. These are all assumption based on some of the posts I have read. I don’t know how to do that.
Please, I am a beginer. If anyone could provide a detailed solution, it would be highly appreciatable.
Edit Number 1: In my UEFI firmware settings, ubuntu is on the top in boot priority option
Edit Number 2: Adding Screenshots so they might help.