I am totally confused here with grub-pc.
I selected to keep the current config, I though. Now the screen goes to Configuring grub-pc.
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│ You chose not to install GRUB to any devices. If you continue, the boot │ │ loader may not be properly configured, and when this computer next │ │ starts up it will use whatever was previously in the boot sector. If │ │ there is an earlier version of GRUB 2 in the boot sector, it may be │ │ unable to load modules or handle the current configuration file. │ │ │ │ If you are already using a different boot loader and want to carry on │ │ doing so, or if this is a special environment where you do not need a │ │ boot loader, then you should continue anyway. Otherwise, you should │ │ install GRUB somewhere. │ │ │ │ Continue without installing GRUB?
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The grub-pc package is being upgraded. This menu allows you to select │ │ which devices you'd like grub-install to be automatically run for, if │ │ any. │ │ │ │ Running grub-install automatically is recommended in most situations, to │ │ prevent the installed GRUB core image from getting out of sync with GRUB │ │ modules or grub.cfg. │ │ │ │ If you're unsure which drive is designated as boot drive by your BIOS, │ │ it is often a good idea to install GRUB to all of them. │ │ │ │ Note: it is possible to install GRUB to partition boot records as well, │ │ and some appropriate partitions are offered here. However, this forces │ │ GRUB to use the blocklist mechanism, which makes it less reliable, and │ │ therefore is not recommended.
Now I get a list of grub install devices, the correct one already has a red mark beside it so I click ok
And it drops me back to the first block of text above.
How do I back out of this until I know more.