I am trying to install a dual boot of linux and windows on my new pc. I thought I could simply install linux on my partitions and my computer would be able to select between linux and windows. I'm stuck in linux. Can somebody help me?
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Let's go step by step: can you see Windows Bootloader in the BIOS' boot menu(*) or not? You need to find out first whether or not your Windows OS installation is still able to boot.i just wanted a dual boot of linux and windows.... how do i set that up?
Just use a search engine to navigate through your manufacturer's support pages...well i can't even get into the bios. it just loads right into linux.
I thought I could simply install linux on my partitions and my computer would be able to select between linux and windows.
Your wording here concerns me, but it's easy for a newbie to not be quite clear with terms. You never said you "created partitions"... only that you selected them during your install. You might be okay if you saw (and chose) a selection similar to "install alongside Windows." But I wonder if you may have installed Pop_OS into your existing Windows partitions... erasing Windows in the process. @gvisoc may have been thinking the same thing... trying to get you to see if Windows Boot Manager was listed in BIOS, and if it would boot.i selected my partitions and installed to the boot, root and home partitions.