On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 02:17:57PM +0100, Ramiro Checa-Garcia wrote:
Apologies for the delayed response... I think I can see what your
>I have tried to install a dual boot: Windows and Debian. However apparently
>I did something wrong and the installation was not smooth. Probably because
>Debian was installed in Legacy mode (changing MBR maybe?)
>Changing parameters for the UEFI Bios I am able to run windows or linux but
>not from Grub directly. Also I was not able to boot from DVD or USB after
>the Debian installation (I installed Debian from a USB without problems to
>boot from the USB).
>All the information is included on:
Your computer looks like it has a UEFI Windows system installed, but
booted the Debian installed in legacy (BIOS) mode. To fix things, the
quickest way is probably to re-start the Debian installer and make
sure it's using UEFI. See
for more info. You'll probably need to go into your computer's
BIOS/firmware setup to make sure it's configured to boot removable
media in UEFI mode by preference.
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