I’ve been in this error in the official version, and I’m really confused, Debian and CentOS have never had this problem, I suspect it’s caused by dual graphics cards, and I’m really confused, and I have to give up manjaro.
You have to do what you have to do … but maybe you need to add
acpi_osi=! acpi_osi="Windows 2009
at boot … disable fast boot and secure boot in BIOS …
Double post. The same with a little bit more info can be found here.
It seems to be related to my graphics card driver, I don’t quite understand this one. Can I just use my Intel graphics card?I don’t want to change other systems, I like manjaro
I suspect it was caused by my dual graphics card.
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ CUP @ 2.80GHz
GPU: Intel® HD Graphics 630 | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
GPU driver: NVIDIA
Desktop Environment: KDE 5 plasma
It may be possible to use just one graphics card - boot into BIOS and look for the option, but not all versions have it.
You might find reading this: How to provide good information in your posts to be helpful both now and in the future.
You could also try using a different install version (18.0 or 17.1.12) since they use a different default kernel.
Additionally have you tried both the free and non-free driver options when installing?
Given some time the Manjaro community usually proves to be both helpful and friendly. But in the end you are responsible for your system - that is the power of linux.
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