I have Ubuntu installed in an external device (GPT) in Legacy mode. I could run this Ubuntu in my old Windows 7 laptop. Now I have changed to a Windows 10 laptop in UEFI mode and I can't run ubuntu unless I enable Legacy mode.
So my problem is that I want to change Ubuntu to UEFI mode without reinstalling. When I run Boot-Repair, a message pops up saying:
The current session is in Legacy mode. Please reboot the computer, and use this software in an EFI session.
But I can't open Ubuntu if the legacy mode is disabled!
Is there any solution?