Booting Linux in UEFI Mode

Week back my laptop running Debian(KALI) got crashed and unfortunately I use strict UEFI boot instead of UEFI and Legacy BIOS.

I started repairing it but no luck and all the time I got error saying

selected boot device failed.Press any key to reboot the system

Well most of the Linux ISOs are not (U)EFI bootable since there is no EFI bootloader on them.

But after some research I found out we can boot it from the EFI shell instead. You will need a flash drive of at least 1 GB.

Below is the link for GIT to get the UEFI Shell.



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