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Thread: Strange behavior of dual boot NUC8i7BEH

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    Strange behavior of dual boot NUC8i7BEH

    I have just done a fresh install of Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS in dual boot on a Intel NUC8i7BEH which I equipped with 16Gb DDR4 RAM and a 500Gb NVM SSD.

    The good news is, everything works fine.
    It works fine unless... I make a change in the config of either Win10 or Ubuntu 18.04.
    Whether that change is big or minor makes no difference.

    Here is what happens.

    Say I modify the sleep time in Win10, or I map a NAS on Win10, or on Ubuntu, or I install a new piece of software, what happens is that after I switch off my NUC, when I switch it back on, it subsequently directly boots into the OS which I last modified without offering a boot choice.

    In other words, if I modify or add something in Win10, the next boot takes me directly in Win10.
    Then if I switch it off without modifying anything, when I switch it back on, it starts on the Win/Ubuntu boot choice.

    If I modify or add something in Ubuntu, the next boot takes me directly in Ubuntu.
    Then if I switch it off without modifying anything, when I switch it back on, it starts on the Win/Ubuntu boot choice.

    I can't find any reasons why this should be happening.

    What do you think?

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    Re: Strange behavior of dual boot NUC8i7BEH

    OK. Let me add something new to my post (although I did not get any answers).

    Everything works fine now.

    It is still a mystery why the above-mentioned problem arose, and why after a few days it disappeared, but I can now report that my dual-boot install with Win10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on an Intel NUC8i7BEH work fine.


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