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