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HP BIOSes are a bit weird, I've been struggling with that, too. Does your BIOS Setup look like this (found on newer HP ProBooks), then follow below instructions. This was the only way I managed to get Ubuntu to boot on my laptop with Secure Boot enabled. In the BIOS setup, under System Configuration → Boot Options, you should find the option ...
First run this command for a graphical environment sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target Because you have used sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target before. Then repair the entries in /etc/default/grub This statement is completely wrong: GRUB_DEFAULT="quiet splash" Open the configuration: sudo nano /etc/default/grub and replace the ...
Well My BIOS was really different i didt find the customized option, so i mounted the Efi partition and replaced windows EFI file with th Refind one and it seems to work, now computer Boots into Refind Main menuand i am able to pick systems it seems that did the trick now its working perfectly :D
Look at the /proc/version file. cat /proc/version Look at the contents of the dmesg command. dmesg | grep Linux Look in the kernel/source code directories. ls /boot
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