I haven’t got a solution to your particular problem, however, you may benefit from the following comments.
I moved from windows 10 to Ubuntu around 18 months ago and started by dual booting, with the idea of just booting windows when I needed it for the odd programs that I could not find an alternative for in linux eg. Quickbooks.
I soon learned that this was very cumbersome, not giving access to email etc. while in windows boot - also every now and then a windows update would clobber the grub config and cause a lot of pain. and the really big issue was waiting for windows update to finish before I could move back to Linux
I subsequently started to look into virtual servers (forget Wine) like virtualbox (which I finally settled on) I struggled initially setting up shared drives and getting access to printer and USB but since being sorted, it works like a dream and I can access everything I need on the windows drive or linux drive simultaneously without any hassle.
Have been running this configuration now for almost a year with no issues at all - I only install the bare minimum of windows programs on the W10 virtual m/c just what I can’t find alternative s to.
Would recommend staying away from dual booting - hope this helps