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    recreation of corrupted EFI system partition

    Hello mates, For those who can help, I will add detailed information below, but in summary, I have unfortunately corrupted the EFI System Partition of my laptop. What are my chances of fixing it? Here I am attaching the picture of the score layout that is still available at the moment...
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    Device For Bootloader Installation(Disk or Efi partition?)

    I'm new to Linux Mint. In Linux Mint,at Installer partition manager,there is "Device for bootloader installation.I'm not sure which is the correct one to fill in the space,disk device or efi (ESP)partition. After reading a few posts on this subject matter,there is conflicting advice & no...
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    Fixing Mint partition with GParted [CHANGED TITLE]

    Following step-by-step the instructions at https://gparted.org/display-doc.php?name=help-manual&lang=C#gparted-fix-grub-boot-problem I get an error at section 5. The partition (containing Mint 19.3) that I am trying to fix is at /dev/sda8. As I read the instruction I shall then enter...
  4. LorenDB

    [SOLVED] I resized my EFI system partition but it didn't completely work

    A while back, I resized the EFI system partition on my work PC (yes, I know, it seems to be the one that I mess up the most) from ~100 MB to ~300 MB using KDE Partition Manager, since it was full. However, I just realized today that it is not being detected as resized by the kernel (although KDE...
  5. LorenDB

    [SOLVED] Severe boot problems

    I have openSUSE Tumbleweed installed on my work PC (and, for that matter, my personal laptop; but I'm talking about the work PC). The openSUSE installer created/used the existing (I forget which it was) EFI system boot partition. That partition filled up for some reason due to updates, and I...
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    [SOLVED] I broke my bootloader?

    I'm using a ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen2 with Artix Linux. It's been going good for several months. I recently tried updating my firmware with "fwupdmgr install" on the official Lenovo cab file and it told me there were no compatible devices. I eventually gave up on using fwupd and created a usb...
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    UEFI Configuration

    I setup a dual boot with Windows, ElementaryOS, and a third operating system. I installed ElementaryOS last. I selected to have it installed on partition 3 and also elected to have the bootloader (grub) installed on partition 3 as well so that my current bootloader wouldn't be overwritten...
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    Get the error "The 'grub-efi-amd64-signed' package failed to install into /target/" in Mint 19 [Solved]

    Hey, nice to meet yaw! I'm new but not to Linux. Ok, I got the error "The 'grub-efi-amd64-signed' package failed to install into /target/. Without the GRUB bootloader, the installed system will not boot." Well, here goes... I love Linux Mint, tried others always came back to Mint. Mint 18.3...
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    Efi grub installation

    Hello. I was hired by someone to install Arch on their older computer. They have an Efi system and I tried to install grub and os-prober like on a bios system because I didn't realize it's an Efi computer until it was too late. When I unmounted the partitions and rebooted, the computer entered...
  10. blackneos940

    Why Do Some Computer Manufacturers Make A 32 bit UEFI.....? :3

    This has perplexed me for some time now..... I'm not saying 32 bit is objectively bad, but with the coming Unix Apocalypse, Online Computers with 32 bit Operating Systems that aren't updated eventually should either be Offline, or be ONline with caution..... :\ Yet one can't easily just...
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