Since you ve done your research which proved that it doesn t happen with any other OSs but ONLY with Antergos, how many users you found reporting it?
No kidding, I really want to see them.
If you are being prevented from entering BIOS, I find it hard to believe the OS has anything to do with it as the BIOS is what initiates it, meaning BIOS comes first. How can it be prevented by something it hasn’t loaded yet?
If it was me, I would disconnect the hard drives and start the computer to see what happens. This of course, AFTER I did what I told you in my previous post which you ignored. Start pressing the DEL key RRRRRIGHT from the beginning since it boots uo soooooo fast.
The BIOS doesn’t depend on the OS, it’s the other way around. The BIOS WILL load without an OS and you should be able to access it,
Your ssd is rrrrrrrreally fast, that s for sure. I don t know how I could help you. Somebody knowing about SSDs could be more helpful .
My own brief search “Can a OS prevent from entering bios?” returned me results of quite a few Windows users blaming their OS, just like you. Did n bother to go on to the 2nd page for more and for possible Linux users. Wanna see the answers they got? Here you go
And here s an individual sample