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  1. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    Good catch. Correct, the newer filesystem started as a clone of the older. I was unaware this would cause GRUB to be unable to tell the difference between them.

    Before changing the UUID's, I...
  2. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    good catch on the UUID match. Correct that the newer drive started as a clone of the older. I was unaware that the cloning went so far as to make an outright impostor! These are supposed to be unique...
  3. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/8jdmYKb8pt/

    A couple minor errors in what I've reported above:

    1) the older filesystem is 20.04, not 22.04
    2) the older can boot under the current configuration,...
  4. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    Thanks. Unfortuately, neither filesystem ever received any kind of update while the hard drive with the other filesystem was connected, so it doesn't explain why connecting one would affect the boot...
  5. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    Thanks, I'll look into os-prober. But I still don't understand how this can happen when the grubs are on two separate hard drives. I've never updated either one with the other one installed. Neither...
  6. [SOLVED] Re: GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    Thanks for the reply. Yes, I've tried tweaking the order, both in UEFI and by manually switching the cables between the ports on the mobo. But the order isn't the problem, I can already manually...
  7. [SOLVED] GRUB failing to load kernel from 1st HDD when 2nd HDD changed

    Old system:

    1 TB Ubuntu 22.04
    500GB Windows 10

    swap out to

    1 TB Ubuntu 22.04
    250GB Ubuntu 22.04
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