I got errot like this
The bootloader could not be installed. The installation command <pre>grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi --bootloader-id=Manjaro --force</pre> returned error code 1
when I try to install manjaro.
However，I work it out by simply restart the installer and install again，after install fail.It just look like a bug.And I tried 3 different manjaro version.
manjaro-kde-21.3.7-220816-linux515 and manjaro-kde-21.2.6-220416-linux515 is affected by this bug
manjaro-kde-21.0-210318-linux510 is not
There is a similar report of bug on kernel 5.15 in the forum. But I can not send URL in the forum. The title of that report is " New Manjaro (all) distros Installs have problems with EFI"
This might can be only reproduce on specific hardware. Because I failed to reproduce it on my another pc
Posting your hardware with
inxi, like andreas85 suggested, may help us identify the problem, which seems to be related with kernel 5.15. You can also post the journal log after the failed install attempt:
journalctl -p3 -b
In the meantime, if you want to circumvent this problem, you can just install the ISO containing kernel 5.10 and update your system. After installed and updated, you can install kernel 5.15 and test it.
Lastly, you can also try to install the ISO with kernel 5.15 from a flavor (KDE, Gnome, etc.), just to make sure it isn’t related with a specific flavor.
This could be caused by using an incompatible installation type.
It common cause is having an mbr formatted disk on a efi capable system and the installer is booted in efi mode.