#426 Derek: I understand how you feel, but first of all Ubuntu states
that they are not liable for such issues in their disclaimers. They also
have LTS versions which have less problems and more support, nobody were
forced to upgrade to 17.10. I agree that it's a major blow to their
respect and reputation, but they are not financially liable. I believe
that there will be a fix though, Ubuntu has temporarily removed 17.10
from canonical and will probably adress the issue more comprehensively
soon. In the meantime, there are workarounds that could be tried. I
don't know what type of computer you have, but maybe this could be of
help: https://www.bios-mods.com/bios-recovery/insyde-bios-recovery/.

Anyways, raging is counterproductive and will only make you feel worse
in the long run, keep calm and try all possible solutions while waiting
for more info from Ubuntu. Happy new years :)

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  Ubuntu 17.10 corrupting BIOS - many LENOVO laptops models

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