I am trying to install debian-live-8.4.0-amd64-cinnamon-desktop.iso (available from here) to my PC with windows 10 OS.
I did following steps:
- I put it on USB
- Booted from USB
- I had ~105GB of free space which was automatically divided between root (/) (~100GB), swap (~5GB) and BIOSBOOT(1MB).
- I ran Debian installation.
- GRUB2 (It is v2 I think) installation comes up, and it says something about it did not find any other OS and if I want to install grub to the MBR. I select yes and then I select SSD with windows installation (where Debian was installed as well) /dev/sdb and GRUB seems to be installed.
But after reboot, GRUB is not showing. If I go into bios, there is no BIOS boot point for grub, just Windows Boot Manager/DVD-ROM/My nework card/(and USB/UEFI USB in case USB is connected...)
After installation SSD is divided in following order:
- Recovery Partition (~450MB)
- EFI System Partition (~100MB)
- C: NTFS (~366GB)
- BIOSBOOT (~1MB)
- Ext4 (~94.59GB)
- Swap (~4,04GB)
I also had my HDD (/dev/sda) and USB (/dev/sdc) connected during installation Any ideas what am I doing wrong?