@redbear said in GRUB problem:
<< Next is to create the /boot/efi partition. Actually, we don’t need to create it. Windows already have it. We can just specify the path to it. Just make sure to NOT format it. >>
Just to add something…
Example: imagine i want to reinstall Antergos, i already have a /root and /home partition installed, in cnchi i choose the same /root and /home partition, but choosing NOT to format /home, since i want to keep my old configs. and files.
Conclusion: the same thing about /boot/efi, you have windows already using it, and you just want to add Antergos, then select to use the partition as /efi/boot but select to NOT format it, otherwise you’ll lose windows boot configuration.
I hope i was clear enough.
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