I'm trying to change my boot scheme from BIOS to UEFI on my laptop. As part of that, I'm trying to install Linux Mint on the SSD - previously used OS was LM on the SSD with legacy bootloader mode. But I can't get the computer to boot. I've tried reinstalling a few times. I'm letting the installer use its default configuration and erase the drive. I've also tried turning LVM on and off, but haven't touched any other settings. For whatever reason, I'm not getting a drive that my UEFI will recognize as a boot option.
In this album I have pics of the SSD with the freshly-completed Linux install, compared to a new Linux install on my desktop with the same installation settings. My desktop is working fine and happily booting to the new install. My best guess is that the issue lies with the fat32 partition not having the /boot/efi mount point. Does that explain the issue? If so, how can I resolve it?