Which router are you using?
Atheros cards have problems with latest boxes from AVM.
It’s quite strange that the LAN connection is not working though. Do you have a USB Wifi stick or something like that to test if a different wifi card is working?
I have very good experiences with Intel WiFi cards. I assume other PCs in your network are working?
Which nvidia card is installed inyour laptop? Newer cards aren’t supported by nouveau… Also the binary driver by nvidia is not very compartible with newer kernels…
A live boot system should not having troubles at all. Did you tried a different distribution as live system? Is secure boot enabled?
As I said, on a Standard setup Windows 10 creates three Partitions if you install it on a GPT Drive with UEFI. And you normally can’t delete the System recovery partition.
But you’re right. Unless Windows, grub is able to recognize “there is another OS” and includes it. Just create a second UEFI partition.
Sorry, Something is wrong here.
windows 10 on UEFI creates actually 3 partitions, not 2:
- System recovery (450MB)
- UEFI Boot (100MB)
- System Drive C:
If you have a two partitions Setup, that indicates you have a legacy boot windows, or some modified Version from a preinstalled OEM windows or some s**t like that. and then it’s pretty hard to get it running.
The easiest way of getting a UEFI-Dual Boot System is:
- Enable uefi boot only in bios
- install a clean Windows 10 from an UEFI Boot USB Stick, created with the mediacreator from Microsoft
- Install Antergos. Create an uefi partition (500M) and your system partitions. On a GPT Partition table you can create more than four primary partitions.
- Install the Boot loader into the MBR
With this, Grub2-uefi will recognize Windows and you can boot up windows via grub.
AFTER you set this up, you can try encrypting your windows drive with bitlocker. You can also enable Secureboot. But please check first if your bios allows you to add a custom boot image. /boot/efi/grubx64.efi
Hope that helps.