@moredoor This might be a little out of my scope of understanding, but I do find the file you mentioned
bootx64.efi. Also I do not have an option called Antergos_grub, I have the following:
- Antergos x86_64
- Antergos x86_64 (Non-Graphical Fallback)
- Antergos x86_64 (NVIDIA Fallback)
- UEFI Shell x86_64 v1
- UEFI Shell x86_64 v2
I wouldn’t know how to add another boot option to this list. Though I can try to find something on it.
(Side Note: I will be going away for about 2 weeks, starting today, so my replies from now may be heavily delayed)
@moredoor When I go to the boot selection screen in my BIOS I make sure to choose the UEFI version of my USB drive instead of the legacy boot option.
I made my live USB three ways,
- USBWriter for Windows
- Rufus for Windows
sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/antergos-x86_64.iso of=/dev/sdX && syncfrom Mac OSX
All three ways produced the same results.
(Thank you for taking your time with me by the way)
@moredoor I have checked the BIOS settings before, I have disabled secure boot and the likes. This is how far I get:
- Turn on Computer
- Boot to USB device
- USB Boot Loader apprears
- Select the default choice
- Black screen with error above
After about 1 min the screen goes completely black and I have to reboot my machine. I tried the same process with the Nvidia fallback, the No-gui fallback, with no change in results.
Hello, I want to try out Antergos but I am unable to boot into the live USB. No matter the option I choose I come to a black screen with two messages:
0.223565 efi: requested map not found 0.223570 efi: Failed to lookup EFI memory descriptor for 0x00000000df14407
I have tried to recreate the USB multiple time using different methods but they all produce the same error.