Help needed. I read through all the posts similar to this problem and they suggested solutions that I am unable to do because the utilities they call for are all “not found”
This is a new install on a HP all in one. I made a boot drive with Pahvo on it and it installed fine, but when I went to reboot, I keep getting put into the emergency shell.
Other posts talk about needing to add VMD because it might have intel RSD to my modules but in the emergency shell I can’t access any text editors and Sudo is also not found. I tried Fsck and that can’t find any drives, but ls on the UUID shows two drives /sda1 and 2.
Boot installer screen shows Manjaro as a boot option but it also kicks me out to the emergency shell when I select that option…
I am just past a newbie (used Ubuntu, mint and Manjaro for about 10 years), but step by step help is probably needed.
A live USB session is done by booting from the flash drive, is that correct? I get booted out before I am able to have the option to choose that option. Is there another way to get to that environment?
When I did the install, I had no problem loading from the live usb. However, since it asked for the reboot, I have not been able to do so. I can interrupt the boot and get to the grub menu and the hp set up screen but that has been about it.
8 GB Ram
Originally had Win 10
HP All in one
Not sure what else you need, but let me know and I’ll see if I can look it up.
But why not just hold down ESC (or whatever it is, F2? F9? F10? F11?) while the system is powering on in order to bring up the EFI boot override menu? Then you can select your stick instead of booting from the drive.
I have done that but when I get to the boot override, it starts to load then say UUID not found and drops me into emergency shell again. Just tried a couple times again and it still keeps droping me into the shell
OK, not my night. Per the instruction, I tried to mount root, boot and esp, each time it came back as can’t find in /etc/fstab
I then tried to use manjaro-chroot -a and it came back as grub-probe error: cannot find a GRUB drive for /dev/sda1 check your device map