Hello everyone, I just installed zorin 16 on a different ssd than the one where I have windows 11. The detail is when I enter Zorin and restart the computer, grub does not appear and instead the typical grub error appears, but if I enter the bios and I choose the disk to boot, the grub appears normal, why does this happen and if there is any solution.
I have that problem. You can used any Linux distribution go to menu start and on search disk and start repairing your partition disk, they are a couple settings. Propably best choices used pendrive with live Linux distribution.
I am not a very experienced linux user, I tell you that I have a 500gb m2 nvm ssd, could that be the error?
Did you set the zorin disk at first in bios ? (Boot option 1)
Is secure boot enabled ?
Yes, first there is the disk that Zorin has, then the Windows disk, when I boot from the bios the grub appears normal, but if I then restart or turn on the computer, I get a grub error
What is the specific error?
This is specifically, as I told you, the operating systems are on different ssd disks, but when I enter the bios and put in the linux disk and then start, grub starts normally, the problem is when I restart or turn on the computer, I get that mistake
At the grub> cursor, type
Then tap the
enter key and relay what it says.
Zorin grub opens for me, it may be a possible solution, but how can I get grub to exit without having to issue the exit command?
Ok, so... typing exit does not relay an error but instead boots?
What is the output of
error: can´t find command sudo'.
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