I am having trouble with booting my new PC (graphics card), and have to repeatedly change stuff in Grub.
However, GRUB is really really slow. It takes 1 second for each key. And I cannot even queue my input, I literally have to wait 1 second until I can type the next key.
This will slow down my whole night by hours.
Is this what Grub should behave like? I am reading things which require to edit grub settings – however, I don't have a running OS at the moment and editing something from GRUB takes N seconds, with N being the number of keystrokes to perform for the change.
Is there a solution? I am trying to install Ubuntu 19.10 by the way.
It may be noteworthy that I have a 4K display. When Grub enters initially, I can see the borders being drawn over the screen, which takes like 1 second. Is that the delay I am seeing for every change?