Hey, this is not a problem of the system, most people who are first timers at installing the system don’t fully read the installation guide, but when you do, at the very bottom they show you how to discover the Windows partition and add it to your bootloader, to save yourself the trouble:
- Finding Windows 10 for Grub
Once you are inside your nice new Antergos OS, you may notice that on boot up you are given an option for Antergos or Troubleshooting in grub but NO option for Windows. Don’t freak out your Windows should NOT be gone.
Go into Antergos, find terminal and type in the following command:
if you don’t have os-prober install it using the following:
sudo pacman -S os-prober
Once this is done it should list something similar to what I have below:
/dev/[email protected]/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi:Windows Boot Manager:Windows:efi
Great! You found it. Now to update your grub so that it can see it.
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg
The technical communication for the website is pretty bad at the which is why people don’t see it right of the back. Hope it works! (also sorry for the wierd code background it keeps saying that my post is spammed when I try to fix it.)