Comment 10 for bug 934614

Colin Watson (cjwatson) wrote :

I'm afraid I've been unable to reproduce this on my UEFI system. I did an erase-whole-disk install and it just worked (with the exception of some screen corruption at boot).

The only thing I can think of is that a UEFI GRUB core image is somehow trying to find and load BIOS-platform GRUB modules, or vice versa. The output of 'sudo boot_info_script' from (the boot-info-script package is only version 0.60 which doesn't support UEFI, so please make sure to use at least version 0.61) may be useful in tracking this down.