Hi, I have installed antergos with the same configuration previously, but now it doesn’t works. My Antergos partitions go from sda8 to sda11, where sda8 is a FAT32 with boot/efi, sda9 is ext4 with root, sda10 is ext4 with home, and sda11 is swap. I tried to make a live usb using unetbootin, usb writer, linux live usb creator and rufus. The first 2 I read that aren’t recommended for that, even when I remember that previously I installed Antergos using Linux Live USB Creator, unetbootin has never worked. At this time I tried rufus 2.14 and I pressed “Yes” on the messages that were displayed, it was something about some missing files, later I saw on the video recommended on the documentation, that I have to choose “No”.
Later I changed Rufus version, I used Rufus 2.15, but It doesn’t work. With both versions of rufus everything was fine, until the first boot, I don’t see the classic boot menu, with antergos logo and my installed systems (I have windows 8.1 and Ubuntu mate 14.04) I only see a basic grub menu with 2 options of antergos, and when I select the “default” option wich is “Arch Linux, with Linux core repo kernel”, I see other black screen where there’s a Device ID and it says “not found”, and in other line it says “press enter to retry”, but it never works. With Usb Writer I get a message when antergos installation ends, something about an error with boot files, and if I want to check the wiki for some common errors, but chromium doesn’t works with chnchi. All the Live USB I made were made on windows.
When I saw that it wasn’t working, I checked in the wiki, but that configuration is so different, and I don’t know if it’ll work or if it’ll break my other systems boot.
Note: I have never changed to legacy or disabled secure boot, what I do in windows is in Recovery options, use a recovery device and in that category an EFI USB.