Installed Manjaro on a laptop today from an USB drive.
Everything went fine, nothing special about the install itself, chose full install with disk encryption.
Made no changes in partition and no dual boot.
After the install I realized that I didn’t want full encryption, just an encrypted /home partition.
So, I rebooted my computer and pressed F2 as allways for entering BIOS, but now it just goes one beep and then automatically boots into Manjaro.
Tried F12 and entered a boot menu only listing Manjaro.
Same USB I used just 10 minutes ago is not listed as an entry in boot menu anymore.
I’ve now tried different ISO’s, USB-drives, Windows 7 original CD, it can’t find anything else in boot menu than Manjaro.
I can’t enter BIOS either to do a reset, I guess Manjaro somehow overwrote BIOS or installed an EFI on a BIOS-only motherboard.
The only way to restore BIOS is to use a Windows utility because booting from USB doesn’t work anymore.
I’ve never seen anything like this, I’ve installed a lot of Linux distributions in my past.
Is there anything to do? I can boot up Manjaro, but that’s pretty much it.
Thanks in advance!