Hello all, it’s my first post on this forum.
I went into an issue. My Antergos installation doesn’t boot from the hdd it’s installed on.
I wanted to install Antergos as my work/dev os. I did everything as usually. Booted live cd, followed installation process and it all seemed to end up properly. After the post installation reboot, Antergos didn’t boot. I changed the hdd boot priority in the bios and it didn’t help. GRUB doesn’t start. It is like it wasn’t installed. I tried to reinstall/reconfigure it through a chroot guide i found on Arch forum but it didn’t help.
I already had Antergos installed and running on this pc with no issues. The only thing that changed is that I switched from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. The installer of Windows 10 asked my to convert my windows HDD to GPT.
I have 2 physical HDD -> 1TB for windows and 120GB for antergos
In live CD installer I partition like this :
sdb linux hdd 120gb
sdb/sdb1 swap 4gb
sdb/sdb2 / mount point 116gb
sdc w10 hdd 1tb
sdc/sdc1 w10 recovery 450mb
sdc/sdc2 w10 os rest space (900+gb)
GRUB location hdd : sdb (linux hdd)
In the BIOS, HDD boot order :
- linux hdd
- w10 hdd
I really can’t figure out why grub isn’t launched. Windows boots instead.