How to boot into my newly instaled manjaro?

Hi every one! :raising_hand_woman:
I just installed manjaro kde and after the installation finished, I chose to restart my computer. And when I faced this:


I chose installed bios-system.
And then nothing happened but a black screen with a flashing underline.
So I restarted the system without the USB stick and this appeared:

And when I choose any of these options, it comes back to this again.
What should I do? :persevere:

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Follow the most popular Wiki article https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Restore_the_GRUB_Bootloader

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Take out your installation usb media and reboot without it.

In your Boot Menu, move the ATA HDD to first…[quote=“Matin, post:1, topic:24956”]
I chose installed bios-system.
And then nothing happened but a black screen with a flashing underline.
So I restarted the system without the USB stick and this appeared:
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I think you may need to flag it

Boot into your live usb, open the gparted, search your system partition, right click on sda1 ( this assuming is where your main partition or boot partition), select manage flag, click boot, save it and reboot…

Hope this helps…

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Then [do this.] (Using livecd v17.0.1 as grub to boot) If you still have a problem, boot up to livecd OS and at the terminal,

sudo parted -l
sudo blkid

Then at livecd file manager, look up installed partition and print out its
/etc/fstab
and contents of /boot

And I assume it is bios-legacy (from your screen shot). Let us know if it is not.

When I type that, I get this:

I’m trying to install it again. Between these, which one should I choose?


Master boot records of ATA ST1000LM014-SSHD
system partition
Don’t install a boot loader

MBR if Manjaro is the only OS on the disk.

I would say install the bootloader to the MBR oft the device where you install Manjaro.

How can I open gparted? I can’t find it

That’s because you’re using KDE live usb, you need to use partition manager instead
Type this in the terminal…

partitionmanager
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I did than and and flagged my partition as boot. And now after rebooting I see that grubs wants commands from me.


What should I do now?:grin:

This means that your grub can’t find /
SOURCE

type set pager=1, then ls and posts its output…

Or just try following the guide on the link above

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(hd0) (hd0,msdos2) (hd0,msdos1)

type this

ls (hd0,1)/

posts its output

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Gives error: Unknown filesystem.

Is this the result of ls (hd0,1)/?(Note I add 1 next to it) If yes, then that means your installations is corrupted…

Nope, made a mistake. The result:
lost+found/ proc/ sys/ dev/ run/ bin lib lib64 sbin boot/ ect/ home/ mnt/ opt/ root/ srv/ tmp/ usr/ var/ desktopfs-pkgs.txt grub/
The error was without the 1

Yes looks like we found your /
Okay…

Do this first

cat (hd0,1)/etc/issue

Report when you’re done

This is just to check if you’re multi-booting or not…

I did that.
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