NAME FSTYPE LABEL UUID MOUNTPOINT SIZE OWNER GROUP MODE
sda 477G root disk brw-rw----
│ vfat UEFI_SYSTEM
│ 5A02-061A /boot/efi 200M root disk brw-rw----
│ ext4 AntergosBoot
│ 13e6b094-46eb-44d8-a2b6-3bf326444712 /boot 256M root disk brw-rw----
│ ext4 AntergosRoot
│ ac2a2b02-4cbd-406c-b9a0-c206e9101f17 / 29.3G root disk brw-rw----
│ ext4 AntergosHome
│ 57d5bd46-5f1a-4377-93b2-0cfd29b2191c /home 431.5G root disk brw-rw----
0ffd5d2a-4ffb-4fef-8f61-4e96f6e94d8b [SWAP] 15.7G root disk brw-rw----
sdb 3.7T root disk brw-rw----
ntfs THE 20F68A67F68A3CD2 3.7T root disk brw-rw----
│ 931.5G root disk brw-rw----
│ ntfs Recovery
│ C4A4B498A4B48E84 499M root disk brw-rw----
│ vfat F8B5-C327 100M root disk brw-rw----
│ 16M root disk brw-rw----
ntfs 7ED4BCA8D4BC6455 930.9G root disk brw-rw----
I have windows and Antergos installed.
“Next is to create the /boot/efi partition. Actually, we don’t need to create it! Windows already has it. We can just specify the path to it. Just make sure to NOT format it.”
according to the wiki Windows should already have the partition installed and i only need to specify path to it and the bootloader should work?
it’s not in legacy bios mode that one im sure about.
Make 100% sure that your computer is running efi and not BIOS. I know it has been asked already, but, if you have BIOS and try to install efi, you will get a flashing cursor at boot and nothing else. I forgot this last reinstall I did because I have an I7 and thought I remembered I7’s doing away with bios, and, went through the process several times before realizing it. Also you must install windows first if doing a fresh install. You don’t have to set it as /boot/efi or what ever, just set your windows system partition as /boot and check the drive it’s on to install grub.
Are you saying i did install grub on the wrong drive if i installed it at the same drive as Antergos?
Damn i hate grub