My Bios was set to legacy/EFI when I installed Leap for dual boot. After installation no EFI boots are available, neither Leap and windows EFI appear to be bootable, I tried a windows repair disk but it cannot find any windows any more and I can only boot into Leap from rescue disk, as that apear in the EFI boot options if I press F12 during boot on my Alienware I7
Was surprises that nothing warned me during installation as I set the EFI partition etc and mount it to /boot/efi etc, as I had to add the /boot/efi manualy.
If you want EFI boot you need to boot the installer in EFI mode NOT legacy
DO NOT format the EFI boot partition just mount it since it holds the boot info for all installed OS when using EFI boot. Note this is default if you boot in EFI install and there is an existing EFI boot partition.
Also be sure that fast boot is off in Windows 8 and above or dual boot will not work
Thanks,I did not check if Windows 8 fast boot was off, and want to know how can I recover…not even opensuse is now available in the efi boot options, or do I have to start all over again installing all my windows and Linux again?