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Biggy138443yMicrosoft love Linux.
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No.. Windows its in its own free partition..
Might be the same thing I just deal with. Go into bios, go into the uefi boot options, browse your Linux boot partition for grub.efi (or whatever it's called). Worked for me perfectly.