I am used to legacy BIOS boot systems, when I switched from windows to linux in such a kind I wiped out the whole hard disk and manually partitioned and installed linux on it. On the new pc which I didn't know was a efi kind or even know such a one existed I wiped out the whole thing again, then I was caught up with some work and I thought I'll leave mint to install (ie) Erase disk and install option thinking that I will move around things later, but the installer crashed I don't know why and hence I left without installing the OS to do it manually later, now that I again try to switch on nothing works, I mean I am not even able to get to BIOS or boot loader stage where it should display or boot the OS in my pendrive. When I later read about the differences I understood that link to boot firmware is kept in the hard-disk for faster boot or something. So wiping out the disk, means I can't get my system to boot again? I did find a similar question here but he's able to get it to boot, mine is not.How to install linux now? Is there a way around. (I am only going to use linux no plan of switching back to windows)
TL;DR: Now I have fresh(fully wiped out) hard disk which was efi based, how to install linux?