+ 0 Votes I think if it boots at all, it's not the MOBO robo_dev 1 year ago Did you by chance put something on the wrong partition? Do you have multiple partitions and/or multiple drives? GRUB is essentially it's own boot sector and it's own OS, so if it is not loading first, then either it's in the wrong place (e.g. on the wrong partition) or the hardware boot order is wrong. Some OS boot sequences really need the boot device to be SATA-0. + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer SKDTech 1 year ago I think you are right. I am just used to the installer making the necessary adjustments to the boot order. Maybe it is currently unable to do that on systems using UEFI instead of BIOS + 0 Votes Is this not just a boot order problem? gdburton 1 year ago With multiple separate drives, grub will have installed on the Ubuntu disk. So if you tell your UEFI to boot from there first, you should then be back to your normal situation with booting straight into the grub menu. I may have misunderstood this but I think that that is the problem.