Please help me guys. I'm losing my mind trying to dual boot my machine.
Here is the specs of my machine:
- acer 4755g
- SSD for windows 10 and HDD for CentOS 8 (partition, not whole disk is used)
- CentOS grub cannot detect windows 10 bootloader.
Here are the steps that I have done to correct it:
Installed ntfs-3g and ran sudo grub2-mkconfig > /dev/null. It still does not see the windows boot loader. In fact, sudo grub2-mkconfig > /dev/null returns nothing.
Also tried to manually add chainloder on grub, still nothing.
os-prober does not return anything
Possible reason for the problem
- Windows 10 is installed using BIOS and CentOS is using UEFI
I'm just confused on how CentOS managed to install UEFI on my machine. I'm pretty sure that my machine only supports BIOS. Note: To make the bootable USB, I used rufus with the MBR option.
I think if I convert the bootloader of CentOS from UEFI to BIOS, this problem will be solved. But can it be converted and How?