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Can't access Ubuntu

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I have Windows 10 installed on my PC, and just recently installed Ubuntu alongside with Windows Boot Manager. However, when I start up my PC, there are no options to choose from; it automatically boots to Windows 10. How can I access Ubuntu? I know it is installed, because it has taken up disk space, and when I try to install Ubuntu again to try and fix this issue, it says it is already installed. Thanks in advance for any help.
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