I have installed Debian 7 64bit on my brand new laptop Fujitsu Lifebook NH532.
As I understood lately this is UEFI-enabled laptop. At first installation attempt I've not created EFI boot partition, so after the istallation process the system simply didn't boot.
Then I reinstalled and during the partitioning process created an EFI boot partition. After the reinstall system still was not able to boot, saying
PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable PXE-MOF: Exiting PXE ROM Boot Failure
Suddenly I've noticed that the boot menu (triggered by F12) has a new line "debian". When selecting that, Debian loads just fine. But why doesn't load it by default? Why should I have to press F12 and select "debian".
When I played with the bios settings and disabled CSM (Compatibility Support Module in Advanced bios tab) Debian starts loading immediately after power on, BUT the GUI doesn't start ("_" blinking at top). Ctrl-Alt-(F1 - F6) consoles work fine.
What have I done wrong and how can I make it start Debian just after power on?