My overall goal is to dual boot Linux Mint and Windows 10. The motherboard is legacy bios only.
Firstly I installed Linux Mint then Windows 10 on a secondary partition.
Because I forgot to make a separate boot partition... I moved everything 1000MB to the right, and created a ext4 boot partition at the beginning of sda.
Running boot repair on a live Ubuntu USB with the options:
- Separate /boot partition: sda4 (the first partition on disk)
- GRUB Legacy (figured that was for legacy bios)
- Reinstall GRUB (default)
- Unhide boot menu: 10s (default)
Boot Repair hangs at
Purge kernels then reinstall last kernel sda1 (ins). This may require several minuets...
I have let this running overnight, the process is still running. I have done a reboot and tried again, let the process run for 3 days. Nothing different.
Boot Info Summary: http://paste.ubuntu.com/17678629/
I have had gparted open at the same time, assuming that wouldn't have an affect.