Maybe if grub directly load boot partition before mounting it, /boot/intel-ucode would become /intel-ucode.img.
But if you tried both path then I have no idea why it’s saying “file not found”.
EDIT: That would be in case you have a separate partition for /boot
You should probably be able to do it with a LiveUSB.
Try to manually mount your partition then ‘chroot’ inside.
List availables partitions : lsblk
Typically for me it’s:
mount /dev/sda7 /mnt
mount /dev/sda5 /mnt/boot
On antergos the command should probably be ‘chroot’
You should ask someone who know the system to help you. As I said, I never used antergos.
If you can’t find intel-ucode.img in /boot/, you’ll have to install it yourself: pacman -S intel-ucode on archLinux (I never used antergos, so I don’t know about your package installer)
Remember that you can “find / -name intel-ucode.img” if you’re not sure where to look at (may be long if you have a lot of files).
My grub.cfg seem to be well configured, and the .img is correctly in /boot/
But anyway, I’ll check my problem later when I’ll have more time.
I’m trying to setup a Archlinux x64 on a VM (Virtual Box). I got this exact same error when restarting after setting up GRUB 2 (GPT configuration). I 1st thought it was this problem that was preventing me from booting but I found out only my second error message (about crc32c module not loading) was in cause.
After correcting this, I still got the same error message than you but can still boot. Do you have any additional error message ?
Which version of intel-ucode did you installed on your computer ?