Hi, I have a New Computer Setup Dual Booting Ubuntu and Windows 10. Both OSes Boot fine. I want to use Easy BCD to give me an option to boot to either one every startup. Each OS is setup on its own SSD. Easy BCD is installed on Windows 10. When trying to add the Drive with Ubuntu to the boot options, I can't select it because it has no Drive Letter. I can't assign a drive letter in disk management, the option is grayed out. I tried to assign a letter in Command. It shows the Disk as Disk0 but doesn't display its volumes. Looking for any advised to use EasyBCD in this way, or tips to force a drive letter in Windows 10. If it isn't possible that's ok too I settle for just changing the boot drive from the bios.