So, I have installed ubuntu on my SSD along with Windows 8.1. I have used three partitions for Ubuntu:
/home. All was fine until I had to shutdown or restart. It hangs/freezees every time. I've searched for solutions and tried them all but to no avail.
So I came up with the ideea to put ubuntu on separate disk, a HDD. Did that, and placed Grub bootloader on the second disk. To my surprise, Ubuntu works perfectly from the HDD. No shutdown or restart issues.
I reinstalled Ubuntu on the second Disk (HDD) and it started to behave exactly as on the SSD. I try to restart or shutdown and immediately it freezes and I cannot do anything unless I force shutdown.
Is there anything wrong with my current install or it's just something related to my computer?
Edit I get same issues from the Live USB (Try Ubuntu)!
Ubuntu 15.04 live USB: same shutdown and restart problem.
So it seems that it is something related specific with my system. But what is it?
Reinstalled Ubuntu, and now I have Grub on my EFI partition. Also, removed the second HDD (from the DVD bay), so now I have only Windows 8 and Ubuntu 14.04 installed on the SSD. I have also re-did the boot-info and updated the link.
Now, another problem is that I have started to get kinda randomly freezes and 100% hangs at shutdown and restart. It's just getting to the point of getting to my nerves! What is going on of this whole mess?
Boot-info report: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1181907689/
Laptop Asus N56jr, Intel i7 4th gen, 16GB RAM, 500GB Samsung 850 Evo, Nvidia GeForce GTX 760M.
Os: Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04
Currently, I have the latest Bios update and could not find any update for my SSD firmware.