Machine has several Linux and 1-windows7 operating systems installed. Ubuntu updated and then reconfigured its grub menu. When grub completed its configuration, grub menu listed the Ubuntu operating system which updated. I observed the updating process and noted that all of the (sda) installed operating systems were recognized, however, these were not added to the grub menu. grub update was once-again run manually with no success in setting grub menu right. Is there a possibility that an re-installed grub could fix this?
Trust me, Grub Customizer is an acceptable solution. The reason it did not get updated is because you used the wrong GRUB. You need to select the one that is actually responsible for the menu you see at the startup. (Yes, this means you have 2 or more GRUBs installed at the same time…)
Repeat the process you did with Grub Customizer, but this time select the correct GRUB location, in the top left corner of the GUI Window.