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Boot Linux Mint!

RONALDO DOS ANJOS MACONDO KALUNGA

Hi there,

I’m trying to run Linux alonside Windows 10, actually I’ve installed Linux Mint,

when I  restart the pc “Thinkpad w540” the Linux boot loader does not appear,

and when I try to run f12 it does not come to the option.

 

When I run the commands:

 

sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda

efibootmgr

 

I get:

 

Problem opening -I/dev/sda for reading! Error is 2.

The specified file does not exist!

mint@mint ~ $ efibootmgr BootCurrent: 000D

Timeout: 0 seconds BootOrder: 0017,0016,0000,0001,0002,0003,000A,0007,0008,0009,000B,000C,000D,000E,0014,0015 Boot0000 Setup Boot0001 Boot

Menu Boot0002 Diagnostic Splash Screen

Boot0003 Lenovo Diagnostics

Boot0004 Startup Interrupt Menu

Boot0005 Rescue and Recovery

Boot0006 MEBx Hot Key

Boot0007* USB CD

Boot0008* USB FDD

Boot0009* ATAPI CD0

Boot000A* ATA HDD0

Boot000B* ATA HDD1

Boot000C* ATA HDD2

Boot000D* USB HDD

Boot000E* PCI LAN

Boot000F* IDER BOOT CDROM

Boot0010* IDER BOOT Floppy

Boot0011* ATA HDD Boot0012* All CD:

Boot0013* PCI LAN

Boot0014 Other CD

Boot0015 Other HDD

Boot0016* Windows

Boot Manager Boot0017* ubuntu

 

Ps: I’ve the UEFI set to only, and and if I try legacy only nothing work, the display shows me: "initializing and establishing link".

 

Thank you all!

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Re: Boot Linux Mint!

James Knott
I had a similar problem with W10 & openSUSE.  I wound up reinstalling
Linux and then restoring the /partition.  The /home partition was not
affected when installing W10.  I also found that when shutting down W10,
it wouldn't shut down, but simply remain ready to go with W10, but
restart worked ok.  The solution was to disable the W10 fast boot.


On 07/08/2016 03:17 PM, RONALDO DOS ANJOS MACONDO KALUNGA wrote:

>
> Hi there,
>
> I’m trying to run Linux alonside Windows 10, actually I’ve installed
> Linux Mint,
>
> when I  restart the pc “Thinkpad w540” the Linux boot loader does not
> appear,
>
> and when I try to run f12 it does not come to the option.
>
>  
>
> When I run the commands:
>
>  
>
> sudo gdisk -l /dev/sda
>
> efibootmgr
>
>  
>
> I get:
>
>  
>
> Problem opening -I/dev/sda for reading! Error is 2.
>
> The specified file does not exist!
>
> mint@mint ~ $ efibootmgr BootCurrent: 000D
>
> Timeout: 0 seconds BootOrder:
> 0017,0016,0000,0001,0002,0003,000A,0007,0008,0009,000B,000C,000D,000E,0014,0015
> Boot0000 Setup Boot0001 Boot
>
> Menu Boot0002 Diagnostic Splash Screen
>
> Boot0003 Lenovo Diagnostics
>
> Boot0004 Startup Interrupt Menu
>
> Boot0005 Rescue and Recovery
>
> Boot0006 MEBx Hot Key
>
> Boot0007* USB CD
>
> Boot0008* USB FDD
>
> Boot0009* ATAPI CD0
>
> Boot000A* ATA HDD0
>
> Boot000B* ATA HDD1
>
> Boot000C* ATA HDD2
>
> Boot000D* USB HDD
>
> Boot000E* PCI LAN
>
> Boot000F* IDER BOOT CDROM
>
> Boot0010* IDER BOOT Floppy
>
> Boot0011* ATA HDD Boot0012* All CD:
>
> Boot0013* PCI LAN
>
> Boot0014 Other CD
>
> Boot0015 Other HDD
>
> Boot0016* Windows
>
> Boot Manager Boot0017* ubuntu
>
>  
>
> Ps: I’ve the UEFI set to only, and and if I try legacy only nothing
> work, the display shows me: "initializing and establishing link".
>
>  
>
> Thank you all!
>

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