This post is a follow-up on my previous post a couple weeks ago. I just want to share the solution with anyone who has the same problem. There’s NO need to re-installed Windows 10. You just need to rebuild the EFI partition on the Windows 10 SSD. Please see my original post link, the rebuild instruction link and Chris’ YouTube tutorial link below. I performed it on my other dual SSDs laptop with success.
I really don’t know why Linux Mint wants to EAT(delete) the Windows 10 EFI partition, doesn’t make sense at all.
Definitely agree with previous comment. Mint had a great team, and has been a long running stable project for years. They want to be a first choice for Linux. They definitely need to know as many first time users choose to dual boot.
what’s the difference between “x-systemd.device-timeout=10” vs “x-systemd.idle-timeout=1min”? If I want to limit Dolphin (or EOS) to attempt to mount the network drive for only 10 seconds. what’s the property way to set the switch?