After installing Windows (SSD too), i immediately installed manjaro and APPARENTLY the grub + dual boot everything was working fine! I installed manjaro normally (SSD with root, swap and home in HDD), but instead of creating a new /boot/efi partition, I used the windows /boot/efi partition, setting the /boot/efi flag on it when installing the manjaro, which i think is more correct.
After restarting, i can choose between windows or manjaro normally as planned!
Windows now works perfectly, but manjaro crashes when loading (keeps loading infinitely after the “Started TLP system startup / shudown” log)
After that, i realized that the name of the boot (in the boot list of BIOS) it’s blank, in the first moment was “null string” haha, and after one reboot, it’s just blank…
I tried to disable fast boot, and i already tried too boot with my usb pendrive, and tried with the non free driver too, but… Nothing. Sometimes it works and starts manjaro, but my keyboard and mouse does not work! It’s very strange.
I already tried to press E in grub and edit modprobe.nomodeset setting the 0 value, and nothing (tried this only with live usb)
I use a notebook Acer Nitro 5 AN515-43-R4C3 with AMD Ryzen 7 3750H CPU (it has an Integrated Video Card “Vega”) and Nvidia GTX 1650 GPU (dedicated card), 1TB HDD and 128GB SSD
Do you guys know something that i can do now?
1 - Maybe this issue it’s because of my graphic card… A conflict with the CPU integrated GPU (Ryzen 7 3750H has an vega GPU integrated)
2 - Maybe it’s because my home it’s on HDD and not SSD. I saw in a topic that the user solved this issue switching HD SATA to AHCI on BIOS…
3 - Maybe it’s because of my kernel version? That maybe doesn’t support amd integrated gpu + nvidia dedicated gpu
I found 4 links that looks to be a nice try. I will try that now:
PS: I can login with tty
Tried to add blacklists lines to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf ( i created this file)
And the same problem…
When i run
mhwd -li, show me that i have only the video-linux driver installed
Do i have to do that? :
sudo mhwd -r pci video-linux
sudo mhwd -a nonfree 0300