stevepusser wrote:Are there any settings for the graphics hardware in the machine's BIOS/UEFI settings, such as enabling or disabling the Intel graphics, or setting one as the default?
Since you also have several drives, that's another possible point of failure; maybe GRUB was installed to the wrong drive of is looking in the wrong place. I'd try a live ISO of Debian 8 to check any graphics problems--if that fails to boot, I'd try a Stretch live session to see if that works better.
You can close the thread. If You want..
(solved)Grub Rescue. Unable to Access Windows OS.
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