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Hi Tonio,
 
If you want to do it hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
 
To inactive the UEFI follow this step by step:
 
# Upon bootup press F2 to access BIOS Setup
# Go on BOOT page
# Select UEFI Boot Disable
# Also reconfigure the boot priority so that it point into the correct hard drive.
 
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Also, you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
 
Hope this will work!
 
* ''Massive edited due to I have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!''

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Edit by: Gaetan ,

Text:

Hi Tonio,
 
If you want to do it hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
 
I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add aTo inactive the UEFI follow this step by step instructionstep:
# Upon bootup press F2 to access BIOS Setup
# Go on BOOT page
# Select UEFI Boot Disable
# Also reconfigure the boot priority so that it point into the correct hard drive
.
I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add aTo inactive the UEFI follow this step by step instructionstep:
# Upon bootup press F2 to access BIOS Setup
# Go on BOOT page
# Select UEFI Boot Disable
# Also reconfigure the boot priority so that it point into the correct hard drive
.
 
AlsoAlso, you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
AlsoAlso, you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
 
Hope this will work!
 
* ''Massive edited due to I have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!''

Status:

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Edit by: Gaetan ,

Text:

Hi Tonio,
 
If you want to do it hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
 
I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add a step by step instruction.
 
Also you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
 
Hope this will work!
 
* ''Massive edited due to haveI have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!''
* ''Massive edited due to haveI have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!''

Status:

open

Edit by: Gaetan ,

Text:

Hi Tonio,
 
If you want to do it hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
 
I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add a step by step instruction.
 
Also you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
 
Hope this will work!
 
* Massive''Massive edited due to have have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!Sorry!''
* Massive''Massive edited due to have have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!Sorry!''

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Edit by: Gaetan ,

Text:

Hi Tonio,
 
I'm not sure your problem is from the factIf you erase the EFI partition. Ubuntu simply not support UEFI (So far...). As I know EFI is used for the fast boot, I don't know if UEFI use the EFI partition... time for mewant to read some doc about UEFI...

Anyway what you can
do isit hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
I'm not sure your problem is from the factIf you erase the EFI partition. Ubuntu simply not support UEFI (So far...). As I know EFI is used for the fast boot, I don't know if UEFI use the EFI partition... time for mewant to read some doc about UEFI...

Anyway what you can
do isit hold fashion way, just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.
 
I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add a step by step instruction.
 
Also you should be able to recreate an EFI partition from ubuntu live CD/USB using GParted.
 
Hope this will work!
 
* Massive edited due to have have been little speedy in my first reply and put wrong information. Sorry!

Status:

open

Original post by: Gaetan ,

Text:

Hi Tonio,

I'm not sure your problem is from the fact you erase the EFI partition. Ubuntu simply not support UEFI (So far...). As I know EFI is used for the fast boot, I don't know if UEFI use the EFI partition... time for me to read some doc about UEFI...

Anyway what you can do is just inactivate the UEFI. Access your BIOS and on the BOOT page you should have possibility to disable UEFI.

I'm gonna see If I can have some doc about your specific device to add a step by step instruction.

Hope this will work!

Status:

open