I bought an Asus T100 Chi from a friend. He had previously installed Android alongside Windows. I wiped the drive (except for the EFI partition) and installed Ubuntu by following this guide:.


However now I can't get the Grub menu to let me boot into Ubuntu. I know Ubuntu installed properly to the tablet because I can boot into it by loading a live USB, entering its Grub command line (following step 4 of this guide) and booting this way.

I installed grub-efi-ia32 and ran sudo update-grub. I also tried running the Ubuntu Boot-Repair tool. When booting, I can still see Grub menu set up from the time my friend had installed Android. How can I get the correct Grub menu to appear?

I've checked the BIOS and can't see any more drives/options available to boot from.

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  • It's sudo update-grub, just in case it isn't a typo. Please edit your question accordingly. – user589808 Apr 14 '17 at 17:50
  • @CelticWarrior Yes that was a typo. I corrected the original post. Thanks. – A_Noonan Apr 14 '17 at 17:53

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