cmd. Once "Command Prompt" shows up, right click on it and choose "Open as administrator".
cmdis not showing up, what should I do?
cmd, and then press Ctrl-Shift-Enter. Press "Yes" on the UAC popup.
X:in the filepath bar. If you cannot access
X:, then that could mean one of three things.
Z:, hidden. A very quick and easy way to access the ESP (EFI System Partition) in Windows 10 without using the command line is to start "Task Manager" (check above if you forgot the steps), and then click on "File", "Run new task", "Browse", "This computer", and SYSTEM (Z or type in
Z:in the filepath bar).
boot/grub/grub.cfgand edit it accordingly with Notepad++ or another text editor. Save the file and your're ready to go!
cmdas admin and enter the following command:
explorer.exeprocess - don't be surprised if it shows a warning. This step is sometimes required, because by default
explorer.exeis ran by the currently logged in user, and it has to be run by the "Administrator" in order to view the mounted system drive. The "Administrator" account is not the same as an account with administrative privileges.
X:is the letter of the drive - you can use whatever letter you want, but it has to be free for assignment. Then type:
exploreras "Administrator" and will allow you to browse the mounted system partition.
grubentry below as a guide:
ext4, due to a bug in the install you will have to use the following
BOOTdirectory to your UEFI partition using
exploreras the Administrator or by using the "New Task" dialog from Task Manager. (See above if you forgot the steps!) Once it is copied, go back to the Administrator
cmdprompt and type:
BOOT/grub/grubx64.efifile. Click OK, and then choose the new
grubentry and move it to the top. Make sure Secure Boot is turned off or else it likely will just boot back to Windows.
.imgwith 7zip, and then drag all the
C:/android-x86or whatever your target drive is (make sure your
grubentries match where you are putting these). Then create your
data.img. We suggest using a tool like RMXtools (use version 1.7) from XDA to create it. Check the tool's thread for detailed instructions. You will want to create your
grubtheme. There, you can use up and down to select, and return to boot that entry. You can also hit
eto edit the selected entry. You will want to pay attention to which entry you select, since there will be one for
Bliss-x86(32bit)and one or