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This problem is resolved in my 10 years old HP desktop (4 cores), with drive: 3TB Western Digital Green, but it should be the same with Seagate too. I added the solution to this blog: Post Anything Here. In a nutshell you need 2 things to do: to install the Intel RAID driver (free). to use a good tool for extending the partition to the maximum size, ...
That sounds like your CMOS battery is dead. This problem should be completely resolved simply by replacing the cmos battery. I think this because of the messages you get on startup. The behavior is weird, but then again, I've seen dead CMOS batteries do the strangest things (like preventing a computer from shutting down)
I have read that in order to boot Linux with the 32-bit UEFI, you can swap out the standard 64-bit UEFI GRUB with the 32-bit one from a different distribution and it'll be able to work on the Stream 7, so maybe a similar procedure (swapping the 64-bit UEFI bootmgr with the 32-bit one and reconfiguring the entries to match your installation) might work to get ...
I think the UEFI is getting in the way, disable the UEFI to enable legacy devices, then use the F9 key for advanced boot options, the DVD should be there.
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