Boot previous OS not working

Asked by Niko Krause on 2016-06-14

I run Linux Mint 18 Cinnamon Beta and Windows 10 in dual-boot.
I used Grub Customizer to change grub. My first OS is Linux, second is Windows 10.
Now I set the checkbox "Boot previous OS" in Grub Customizer. It still always boots every time Linux.

I boot Windows 10, shut it down and then start my laptop again.
I expect that the laptop boots into Windows 10, but it doesn't.

Is there a way to get it work?

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Daniel Richter
Solved:
2016-06-14
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2016-06-14
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2016-06-14

Is your windows entry a custom entry? Means: What is displayed behind "script:" - custom or os-prober?
If the first applies: You may have to add the command "savedefault" manually. Use the edit window of your "windows" entry and add this line to the top of the boot sequence.

Niko Krause (nikokrause) said : #2

Thanks a lot. It was a custom entry.