Win 11 bootloader restores precedence over Grub

Whatever… Basic Boot Sequence

The outcome of this topic is once again that the first thing to ask the poster is always:

What does the User Manual say about the issue?

It’s plain ArchlinuxTM attitude/methodology. :person_shrugging:

Could be that too? :man_shrugging: Seems the user solved it. :thinking:

Edit: It does explain it.

How to change boot order?

Setup hard drive BBS Priority; Setup boot sequence priority. Upon powering on the PC, please start hitting the [Del] key continuously to enter the BIOS menu. Go [SETTINGS] → select [Boot] → setup the boot…

What to do when Windows won’t boot?

Select [UEFI Hard disk Driver BBS Priority] or [Hard disk driver BBS Priority] Select [Boot Option#1] Confirm [Boot Option#1] is set as the boot device. F11 to boot from the selected boot device. Upon powering…

How to change boot order?

Set hard disk BBS priority; Set boot device priority. 1. Power on the device and tap [Delete] key to enter BIOS settings menu→ Choose [SETTINGS]→ Select [Boot] →Set boot priority for your own device. 2…

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Exactly, I solved it by setting the Hard Drive Disk BBS property. Unfortunately, the printed manual I got with the Motherboard never mentioned the setting. And, after installing Win 11, Grub (on the Linux drive) got loaded before the Windows Bootloader. So did Windows really change that setting? I’m not sure. Only after installing Endeavouros, the system instantly booted into Windows.

In the end, more investigation would be necessary to figure out how the error occurred. I’m fine with knowing how to fix it though.

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