How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Dual Boot – Androidx86

Welcome to the New How to Guide on Androidx86. In this Guide we will discuss How to make Windows OS boot automatically instead of Androidx86. Today, one of the viewer asked “is there any Chance to have the Windows boot Option first in the list? So that, laptop or PC boots on Windows automatically except we choose to log in with Android”. Well, since then i started finding out any solution to do so. While playing with Grub bootloader command line and editing, i came out with the easiest and the most simplest way to put Windows OS on top and boots automatically by default instead of Androidx86.

Just follow these steps – Grub Bootloader :

Step 1. Open the disk partition in Windows where Android is installed and Find “grub” folder.

How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Du< /></p><p>Step 2. Now look for a file name “menu.lst” or “menu”. Delete this file</p><p><a href=How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Dual Boot - Androidx86

Step 3. Now open Notepad and paste the following code in it.

default=0
timeout=6
splashimage=/grub/android-x86.xpm.gz
root (hd0,4)

title Windows
  rootnoverify (hd0,0)
  chainloader +1

title Android-x86 2014-12-25
          kernel /android-2014-12-25/kernel quiet root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 SRC=/android-2014-12-25
          initrd /android-2014-12-25/initrd.img

title Android-x86 2014-12-25 (Debug mode)
          kernel /android-2014-12-25/kernel root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 DEBUG=2 SRC=/android-2014-12-25
          initrd /android-2014-12-25/initrd.img

title Android-x86 2014-12-25 (Debug nomodeset)
          kernel /android-2014-12-25/kernel nomodeset root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 DEBUG=2 SRC=/android-2014-12-25
          initrd /android-2014-12-25/initrd.img

title Android-x86 2014-12-25 (Debug video=LVDS-1:d)
          kernel /android-2014-12-25/kernel video=LVDS-1:d root=/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 DEBUG=2 SRC=/android-2014-12-25
          initrd /android-2014-12-25/initrd.img

Step 5. Finally, Save the file by name “menu.lst”. “Select “All Files” in “save as type” option.

How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Dual Boot - Androidx86

 

How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Dual Boot - Androidx86

Step 6. Now copy or cut “menu.lst” file and paste it in grub folder.

 

 

That’s all, now when you boot your PC with Android x86 Installed, Windows will appear at top instead of Android and Windows will boot automatically after 6 seconds instead of Android.

How to set Auto-boot to Windows on Grub Dual Boot – Androidx86
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