Yesterday I reinstalled the system to the latest version.
The first time it started up fine. Then I set up all the programs and rebooted… Also installed some more programs and rebooted. However, after the next reboot, the system stopped starting. Perhaps this was before, I just did not manage to catch this error.
The problem appears like this. I turn on the computer, boot up UEFI, enter the password from luks (the SSD is encrypted).
Sometimes it loads and the admin password entry appears. Sometimes the Manjaro logo flashes, a black screen and again the Manjaro logo hangs endlessly. No combinations, except Ctrl+Alt+Del, work in this case. Only a reboot helps with this. Then it can boot again next time, and then again goes into eternal loading. This may change in different ways.
I tried different versions of kernels. In addition, sometimes the fans of the video card turn on at 100% for a couple of seconds. It also happened that after booting UEFI, entering the LUKS password, and when entering the administrator password, USB devices were disconnected.
Operating system: Manjaro Linux
KDE Plasma version: 5.27.4
Version of KDE Frameworks: 5.104.0
Qt version: 5.15.8
Kernel version: 6.1.25-1-MANJARO (64-bit)
Graphics platform: Wayland
Processors: 4 × Intel® Core™ i3-9100F CPU @ 3.60GHz
Memory: 7.7 GiB RAM
GPU: AMD Radeon RX 470 Graphics
I disabled my HDD. It also has Linux Manjaro installed. GRUB saw it and let me choose which OS I should boot.
I disabled the HDD. Installed another kernel. GRUB has been updated and stopped offering me a choice of where to boot from. At the same time, both 6.2 and 5.15 are loaded normally.
Although before changing the motherboard, the processor on both the HDD and the SSD was Manjaro and everything worked fine.
03 20:44:52 u kernel: x86/cpu: SGX disabled by BIOS.
ACPI BIOS Error (bug): Could not resolve symbol [\_SB.PCI0.SAT0.PRT2._GTF.DSSP], AE_NOT_FOUND (20220331/psargs-330)
03 20:44:52 u kernel: ACPI Error: Aborting method \_SB.PCI0.SAT0.PRT2._GTF due to previous error (AE_NOT_FOUND) (20220331/psparse-529)
I did not reinstall the system. To my surprise, it worked properly on the 6.3 kernel.
Since the screen did not turn off, although I set the time to turn it off (Screen won't turn off - #6 by inverser), and I previously changed the video card from nVidia to AMD, I still decided to reinstall Manjaro.
After reinstalling the system, it booted 3 times normally. While I installed the programs I needed (VirtualBox, Opera, Haruna MP, qBittorent, Code OSS, ClipGrub, Anydesk, Double Commander, BleachBit, OBS Studio AMF, SimpleScreenRecorder, Kdenlive, GParted, Kruler, USBImager, Filezilla) and some others… The system asked to reboot sometimes. After the next reboot, I had a problem with forever loading (Manjaro logo and three animated dots at the top). In this case, only Ctrl+Alt+Del works. No other commands or keyboard shortcuts work.
I tried to install other kernels. On them, the system either boots or does not boot. More often than not, I see the eternal loading and the Manjaro logo again. It does not go to the point at which the administrator password is entered. I tried updating UEFI. Then I installed kernels 6.1 and 6.3. On first boot to 6.3 it didn’t boot. On 6.1 it booted up. But when you try to boot back to 6.1 (repeat this success), it didn’t boot again and went into eternal boot. Loads stably only on 5.15.
With eternal loading, the light that indicates the load on the HDD / SSD does not blink. That is, the disks are not loaded in any way at the same time.
I have an SSD installed (on which the current version of Manjaro is running) and an HDD for storage. Previously, this bundle worked fine on old hardware.
so you did reinstall it after replacing the hardware …
is secure boot disabled in bios/uefi?
fast boot also needs to be disabled, you may not have this option…
fast startup disabled in windows if you are dual booting…
the only suspicious package im seeing is: ClipGrub, which is not in official repos nor is it in aur…
you can enable early loading of the video driver: kate /etc/mkinitcpio.conf
and edit the modules section to look like this:
save it and update it: sudo mkinitcpio -P
reboot and test…
also does it happen on xorg? since you are using wayland…
It is amazing. How did you come up with such an elegant solution? I tried to do as you said. Installed 6.1+6.3 and both kernels are now working.
The only thing I don’t like about Wayland is that it doesn’t save open Kate+Dolphins. Those. saving the session does not work. And it works on X11.
But it’s not as stressful as my more global problem, which is solved with your help. Thank you.
In the settings it was: MODULES="crc32c-intel"
Must be enclosed in quotation marks: MODULES="amdgpu" Thank you.