sorry you meant the Architect version? no haven’t tried it yet!
Will give it a shot and let you know. cheers,
Lastly there was a similiar problem… One couldn’t install Manjaro with kernels higher than linux54. He was only able to install Manjaro with this iso: manjaro-gnome-19.0.2-200312-linux54. Maybe you have the same issue.
Once installed you can upgrade to the latest version anyway.
I will try both 20.03 and this one. Thanks,
I tried the iso you indicated (not the 20.03) and got the same problem. Could not boot into installer. See attached.
Ok normally it would look like this:
Reached target Graphical Interface. Starting TLP system startup/shutdown... Applying power save settings...done. Setting battery charge thresholds...done. Finished TLP system startup/shutdown.
So there is a problem with the Powersaving settings, means with the ACPI.
I would suggest to add acpi_osi to tell the UEFI/BIOS that you are running Windows. For the latest Windows 10, it is:
Here is a list:
Try what could fit.
Or run it with
Ok, where do I add this -
What exactly did you try? All options in the list of the link?
Most of them and then acpi=off
2008, 2015, 2020
With nomodeset and without nomodeset
Free and non free !
I have found here great tutorial that should fit your needs now:
If you have questions, just ask.
I’ve found something that could help:
I didn’t know that it is possible to mask services in the grub command line
Just saw this message. I will try this and let you know.
i gave up after I wasted 2 days trying everything last week. So i am back in Ubuntu (KDE Neon).
Ok it reached the Graphical interface, so i guess here is the problem newest gpu driver.
Can you switch to another TTY with CTRL + ALT + F1/F2/F3 ?
I would rather advice to install it with Manjaro Architect… The Desktop ISOs with the newest driver don’t work on all Systems, and many especially laptops need workarounds with newer kernels.
After while being here… i must admit: 70% of failed boots of Boot disks are because of laptops.
yes, I can go into a command prompt
Can you type?
journalctl -b -0
journalctl -b -0 --reverse
or if there is a Xorg log:
cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | less
Maybe there is a hint?
Ok, what does this say in English -