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Installing Ubuntu 18.04.3 on HP Pavilion Laptop 15t-cs300

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I recently bought an HP Pavilion Laptop 15t-cs300 and wanted to install Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS on it. (dual boot with windows 10)

I used a USB installation drive with rufus. I booted it up and installed Ubuntu, however, I cannot access grub.

I installed grub to the windows boot manager partition and when I use efibootmgr I see ubuntu as one of the options.

However, when I reboot the computer to try to access the boot loader, it magically disappears and leaves me only with the windows boot loader. I was wondering if this is a UEFI/BIOS issue. Also, I'm wondering if anyone has any experience installing Ubuntu on this specific or related computer.

 

Thanks!

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Hi

Do you have a Boot Manager in the BIOS?

Boot Man x 5.jpg

 

Was the ubuntu installed as a Secure Boot option and Grub also?

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Lil_Boy_Blue
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Hi

Do you have a Boot Manager in the BIOS?

Boot Man x 5.jpg

 

Was the ubuntu installed as a Secure Boot option and Grub also?

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Thanks for the response, but I figured it out.

I just had to remove all the partitions I was working on a reinstall ubuntu.

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Prego.

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