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GRUB No longer shows up

I installed Fedora 29 on a 50 GB partition of my Hard Drive and everything was fine. I used the Fedora for my internship and Windows for home use. Then one day when I tried to log into my most recent fedora it went into command line mode so I logged in using the farthest backup I had and used dnf update (or upgrade I can't tell the difference) to bring in the most recent version. However ever since then I've had to hit escape to go to the BIOS menu, hit f9 to get to the bios screen that allows me to choose which partition I boot to whereas before it automatically went to the GRUB. How can I get my computer to recognize the fedora boot and have it automatically go to GRUB again?

GRUB No longer shows up

I installed Fedora 29 on a 50 GB partition of my Hard Drive and everything was fine. I used the Fedora for my internship and Windows for home use. Then one day when I tried to log into my most recent fedora it went into command line mode so I logged in using the farthest backup I had and used dnf update (or upgrade I can't tell the difference) to bring in the most recent version. However ever since then I've had to hit escape to go to the BIOS menu, hit f9 to get to the bios screen that allows me to choose which partition I boot to whereas before it automatically went to the GRUB. How can I get my computer to recognize the fedora boot and have it automatically go to GRUB again?

I thought maybe I showed what happened after I hit Esc after turning my computer on it would better illustrate my problem Startup Menu once I reach this page after hitting Esc I then hit F9. Boot Option Menu this is the page that I reach as you can see I can either boot from a file or pick Windows Boot or Fedora naturally for the purposes of this situation I choose Fedora. That takes me to this screen GRUB screen and it proceeds as normal as I am now on the Fedora partition. My question has been is there a way I can eliminate Steps 1 and 2 and just get to the GRUB screen every time I boot up as not doing anything automatically takes me to the Windows partition.