Im totally new here, and totally new to Linux. I recently wanted to make a dual boot, and so I prepared the USB disk with Fedora 33 installation, I managed to make a free space on C drive, right next to Windows, and performed installation.
The installation went fine, the steps of tutorias were reproduced accordingly
(https://computingforgeeks.com/install-fedora-steps-with-screenshots/) except I went for advanced, because I had to pick the said space for system from C drive.
Restarted the machine, and … there was no grub (Or at least I thought there was no grub, because I didnt press “shift” during boot – read about that later. )
I read some articles about UEFI / Legacy problems, but I dismissed the idea, because
my W10 was installed in compatibility mode/ UEFI + Legacy, and so was Fedora (there was no changes to BIOS during W10/Fedora installation).
Now, grub works (after pressing “shift” at the start of boot), but there is no W10 on a list, just three versions of Fedora.
Tried to check if there is a fourth system somewhere, read that someone here had problem, that W10 was hidden in grub. Nope, not it, checked it with the arrows, and scrolling, Ive got only three Fedora lisings.
Tried Windows Recovery USB, tried advanced recovery, Windows was unable to “fix” the problem.
What I would like to achieve: - a dual boot, with bootloader having option to see Windows 10, and finally boot to windows What I have: - a Fedora 33 installed on same disk as Windows 10, just a separate partition - a bootloader with no Windows option, and a console - a Windows 10 hidden somewhere in my PC ... enter code here
I humbly ask for your assistance, dear Linux users.
I am a noob, I am a weirdo (I use Windows :P)
I know what Im doing here: I seek help