A new Acer Aspire 5 laptop with it’s supplied W10 on a 125Gb SSD and Ubuntu 18.04 on a 500 Gb SSD installed in the available empty drive bay. This is my wife’s laptop and she wanted me to remove Ubuntu as she was more comfortable with W10. I removed the Ubuntu drive and was going to repair the W10 boot with a W10 repair thumb drive.\n\nUpon trying to boot, with or without usb W10 drive inserted, this comes up instantly. No chance to hit f12 for boot source selection.\n\n[I]"Minimal BASH-like live editing is supported. For the first word, TAB lists possible command completions. Anywhere else, TAB lists possible device or file completions."[/I]\n\nHow can I get this thing to boot from the flash drive so I can repair the W10 boot function?