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Laptop doesn’t show any boot devices after installing Ubuntu

I decided to wipe my Windows 10 installation and to use Ubuntu from now on.

I followed a guide that instructed me to wipe all previous partitions on the HDD and then create / and swap and install. I also had to create the EFI partition.

After doing all the above process I rebooted my laptop. After POST it showed "No Bootable Devices Found".

I figures out that GRUB wasn’t installed so I proceeded to manually install it. I still got the same error.

I then ran Boot-Repair to try and fix my problem. It create a pastebin. I still can’t boot to Ubuntu.

Looking at GParted, all the flags seem to set correctly.

Where am I going wrong? I’ve spent hours with a friend trying to diagnose this but we both are clueless.

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