Re: Boot Issues with two versions of Ubuntu
Did you change the boot order to boot sdb first like the pastebin report suggested?
With that set up you should be able to choose what you want to boot directly.
I don't know but there might be a conflict with the NeoSmart boot loader you installed into windows.
I haven't used that in years so don't know how it works these days.
You defeated your purpose when you did the boot repair default repair, what oldfred was suggesting,
was to have windows bootloader on sda, then use the bios to change which disk was the primary in the bootorder.
When you did the repair you overwrote the win bootloader in sda with grub. So the lilo work was nullified.
Try changing in the bios to have sdb as the first hard disk in the booting order and see if things boot correctly.
That's all I got for now.
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