If you are facing error “no bootable device found” after installing Linux over Windows 10, this tutorial is for you. Follow the steps below, and the problem will be easily fixed.
Step 1: Make a live bootable Ubuntu pendrive or CD
On Windows: Use Refus to make bootable pendive
Step 1.1 – Select pendrive
Step 1.2 – Select OS iso image
Step 1.3 – Click on start
On Linux: Use UNetbootin on Linux
Step 1.1 – Select OS iso image
Step 1.2 – Select pendrive
Step 1.3 – Click on OK
Alternatively, you can directly download ISO images from the web and make a bootable pen drive.
Step 1.1 – Select “Distribution”
Step 1.2 – Select “Version”
Step 1.3 – Select Pen drive
Step 1.4 – Click ok
Step 2: Enable PPA
PPA is required in boot repair utility
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt update
Step 3: Install Boor Repair
sudo apt install boot-repair
Step 4: Run Boot Repair Utility
Click on Recommended repair
Click on Apply
Boot repair will prompt the result.
Restart computer and remove live pendrive or cd.
On restart you will be able to see the the OS installed in the system. Boot your desired OS installed.