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Previously, I have Windows 10 installed on my SSD, and my files are on multiple partitions of my HDD (files, programs,...)

Now I've decided to install Ubuntu and replace Windows.

I've wiped my SSD, created all the necessary partitions. See screenshots.

SSD partition

ssd partitions

HDD partition

hdd partitions

The problem is that my laptop doesn't recognize any of these drives as bootable.

Here are the BIOS screenshots.

bios1

bios2

bios3

Here's the boot-info before I did the grub boot-repair: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/ZRXCXfctbM/

After boot-repair: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2mZqgBb7vz/

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Solved. I found this Acer Aspire E15 will not dual boot solution for acer e15 but mine was acer v15, then i remembered my motherboard was replaced a year ago. So the solution worked.

Marked as solved.

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