Windows 10: Dual Boot Last Drive Mounted

  1.    19 Nov 2017 #1

    Dual Boot Last Drive Mounted

    Since I can not run Feedback Hub, I do not know why, I need to write it here hoping that some could help or it is Windows Bug.

    Before Fall Update, I had very satisfying Dual Boot situation like this:

    Disk 1 - Win 10 x32
    Disk 2 - Win 10 x64 (have to have both of them)

    When I start computer, there is a blue screen where I can choose what to boot and then:

    Scenario 1
    Finished work and Shut Down Win x32. After I turn on computer and choose from the menu to boot Disk 1, with Win x32, it would proceed WITHOUT restarting computer.

    Scenario 2
    The same situation. If I finished work on Win x64, shut down computer, start it again and choose to boot Disk 2 with Win x64, it would proceed WITHOUT RESTART.

    If I finished work on Win x64 on Disk 2, shut down computer, start it again after a while, IT WILL ALWAYS RESTART computer and boot to Disk 2 and Win x64.

    Yes, I did turn off Fast Start Up.

    The question.
    Is it possible to shut down computer on one of disks, start it again, and if I choose the same Win I previously shut down, to be able to proceed to it WITHOUT restart. I think something is changed in shut down procedure and now it has some new sequence which makes my computer to restart whatever I choose. If it can be setup somewhere in settings, I can not find it where or it could be the new situation chosen by Microsoft which is really annoying. Since I want it as it was before Fall Update, can someone from Microsoft accept this bug announcement or to instruct me how to do it myself if possible.

    Thank you.
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  2.    20 Nov 2017 #2

    I've just installed a multi-boot PC and this seems to be the way the Windows 10 boot menu works. The text based Windows 7 boot menu was better since the PC booted whichever OS was selected without going through a full restart cycle. This is what MS calls progress!
      My ComputersSystem Spec


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