Ubuntu boot menu not visible after installing Windows operating system/ Recover Ubuntu. Only Windows operating systems are listed in Boot Loader. How to get Ubuntu boot option. How to make Ubuntu visible in Boot menu using EasyBCD. Watch this video, which is the solution for this problem.
I have installed Ubuntu alongside Windows operating system. So, Whenever i start the computer, GNU GRUB boot loader will display and give me the option to boot both the Ubuntu and Windows operating systems. When i installed Windows Server 2008 R2, and start the computer, Windows boot manager or boot menu is displaying with the option to boot only Windows operating systems and not showing Ubuntu or no way to boot into Ubuntu.
Solution: Download and install EasyBCD 2.2. From Easybcd, Add new entry for linux ubuntu, select type "GRUB 2" and choose the partition drive where the Ubuntu is installed. It is better to select "Automatically locate and load". Save changes, so you can see Ubuntu in the bootloader menu. This time, when you start the computer, Windows boot manager will display and give you the option to boot both the Windows and ubuntu operating system. Note: Windows can be boot from the windows boot manager, but Ubuntu should be from the GNU GRUB Bootloader.
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