I have a Dell Inspiron 13 7000 laptop with tree linux partitions. On the first one I installed Elementay OS Loki, and it was working perfectly and with all the programs I need so I was very happy with it. But I had the chalenge to install two more linux and once Ubuntu 18.04 was released I installed it. When I rebooted my computer, my elementary didn't show up anymore on my uefi menu. I went back to ubuntu and made an upgrade-grub2. But still did not appear. So, I installed Debian Strech with the hope that it would be able to find Elementary, but it did not. This is my disk partition:

Disco /dev/sda: 238,5 GiB, 256060514304 bytes, 500118192 sectores
Unidades: sectores de 1 * 512 = 512 bytes
Tamaño de sector (lógico/físico): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes
Tamaño de E/S (mínimo/óptimo): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes
Tipo de etiqueta de disco: gpt
Identificador del disco: E35C4188-5EF5-4C77-9FB7-FC476315A1FD

Disposit.   Comienzo     Final  Sectores Tamaño Tipo
/dev/sda1       2048   1025484   1023437 499,7M Sistema EFI
/dev/sda2    1026048   1288191    262144   128M Reservado para Microsoft
/dev/sda3    1288192 177070079 175781888  83,8G Sistema de ficheros de Linux
/dev/sda4  177070080 208320511  31250432  14,9G Linux swap
/dev/sda5  208320512 345038847 136718336  65,2G Sistema de ficheros de Linux
/dev/sda6  345038848 500117503 155078656    74G Sistema de ficheros de Linux

sda3 is ubuntu, sda 5 elementary and sda6 debian

And this is my boot file in elementary

/media/temp/@/boot$ ls abi-4.13.0-32-generic initrd.img-4.13.0-32-generic config-4.13.0-32-generic System.map-4.13.0-32-generic efi vmlinuz-4.13.0-32-generic grub vmlinuz-4.13.0-32-generic.efi.signed

Is it there any possibility I can recover my Elementary as it used to be?

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    Could you please update your post to be text and not pictures. It is easier to read, search engine addressable, and can make copying and pasting code blocks easier. Thank you. – kemotep May 15 '18 at 1:21
  • Already changed. Thank you very much for your advice. – julepeh May 15 '18 at 4:48

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