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According to the manual, you enter the BIOS with the Novo button. Please see here.


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To install Ubuntu on GPT drive and UEFI there is must be "EFI boot partition". The other partitions like "/home", "/boot" are optional. For me optimal are the following partitioning: EFI boot partition swap / (root) /home and that's all)


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Short answer: What Timur Fayzrakhmanov wrote is right, replace the /boot-partition with an EFI partition. What I know or found out: For booting UEFI you need a FAT32 EFI partition, one for each drive is sufficient and can handle several operating systems (this depends mostly on your UEFI firmware). For booting Linux in legacy mode on a GPT drive you ...


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I don't have enough points to comment to request clarifications so I'll post what I do suggest, and then check back for updates from you: First: Make sure to backup any vital information! When dealing with boot, anything and everything can go wrong. I would simplify things a bit by making sure to uninstall burg by purging it's config: sudo apt-get purge ...


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This simple tutorial shows you how to repair your Windows 8 boot loader (MBR) from Ubuntu dual boot or Ubuntu Live CD / USB. This can be useful if you don’t have a Windows CD or DVD on hand. To do so, first boot into your Ubuntu system. When you’re in Ubuntu, press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open terminal and follow below steps: 1.) First run below ...


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vbeinfo is a module in grub-pc, not in grub-efi. I suppose you could boot an external media with the old grub and run vbeinfo, but it is not a part of the new grub. Probably secure boot led to some restrictions on what grub can run.



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