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Did you try to set your system to defaults:
- From power-off state start (the blue LED is not lit), start the computer and press F10 key during boot to open the Boot Menu.
- Select Ubuntu Recovery device.
- Follow all prompts for Ubuntu recovery.
Please be aware that if the recovery partition is formatted the warranty will be void, you can see the operating system supported here:
You can wait to see if someone else has installed Ubuntu from scratch, they can share how they did it on this thread.
Also, you can try submitting a warranty replacement for the unit at the following link:
Ivan, thanks for your answer. F10 does not work anymore. As said, I believe I formated the boot partition when I went to Disk and tried to format the SD Card. I made this mistake.
Is there any other way to recover the Boot partition. I believe that this partition should be protected and it's not.
I created a boot disl from a SD Card and it works but I would like to have this problem corrected.
Unfortunately if the partition has been formatted cannot be recovered anymore, at this point you can try to request a warranty replacement for the unit at the following link: