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    Booting order not found

    Hi all,

    Ubuntu 20.04

    I encounter booting problem on adding a new MSI Geforce GTX 1650 Super Display Card

    At booting it popup "Booting order not found"

    On BIOS
    Booting
    1st Boot
    Code:
    UEFI OS Samsung SSD 860 EVO 2TB
    It can't be saved

    On next boot it selects
    Code:
    Ubuntu SSD 860 EVO 2TB
    resulting in unable to boot.

    Then I have to rebooting several times to boot up Ubuntu

    Where I have to fix this problem.

    Thanks

    Regards

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    Re: Booting order not found

    You should check you Boot order in UEFI.
    Hardware changes sometimes result in the reset of firmware settings.

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    Re: Booting order not found

    Do you have fast boot on in UEFI settings?

    Fast boot assumes no hardware or system changes & immediately jumps to booting system.
    A normal boot will rescan system and update settings for operating system to use.
    If fast boot on, you may not have time to press correct key to get into UEFI settings as it immediately boots.
    Then you usually can do a full "cold" boot or shutdown, unplug from power, remove battery if laptop, drain system by holding power switch and then boot & press correct key immediately.

    Did you install correct driver for new card.
    If older card & driver, did you totally purge old driver as new driver will not remove old & then you get conflicts.
    If driver not installed you may need nomodeset boot parameter to boot until you install driver or recovery mode boot to terminal mode to install driver.
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    Re: Booting order not found

    Quote Originally Posted by oldfred View Post
    Do you have fast boot on in UEFI settings?

    Fast boot assumes no hardware or system changes & immediately jumps to booting system.
    A normal boot will rescan system and update settings for operating system to use.
    If fast boot on, you may not have time to press correct key to get into UEFI settings as it immediately boots.
    Then you usually can do a full "cold" boot or shutdown, unplug from power, remove battery if laptop, drain system by holding power switch and then boot & press correct key immediately.

    Did you install correct driver for new card.
    If older card & driver, did you totally purge old driver as new driver will not remove old & then you get conflicts.
    If driver not installed you may need nomodeset boot parameter to boot until you install driver or recovery mode boot to terminal mode to install driver.
    Thanks for your advice. I haven't installed any driver coming with CD

    Now on Secure Boot, I select other OS

    It seems booting without problem now. I'll watch a while

    Regards

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