Hi all! I have the error in installing EndeavourOS. This is a code of error:
Delete partition ‘/dev/sda1’ (465,73 GiB, exfat)
Job: Delete file system on ‘/dev/sda1’
Command: wipefs --all /dev/sda1
Failed to erase filesystem signature on partition ‘/dev/sda1’.
Could not delete file system on ‘/dev/sda1’.
Open the partition manager while booted the from live iso, the right click on the /dev/sda1, then select delete, then hit apply, then finally star the installer again and go through the installation process again.
Don’t run this yet then, I don’t really have recent experience with dual-booting and it could be that Windows installs an efi partition on /dev/sda and if you wipe that you will have an unbootable Windows. So I would wait till someone with recent dual-boot experience replies to your topic.
Can you share the output of the following though when you run it from a terminal? lsblk -f
Also it’s useful if you mention from the start of your topic if you are going to be dual-booting when asking a question about installing or running into a problem with installing.
Looking at that output /dev/sda is your usb flash drive(Ventoy) where you are booted from and /dev/nvme0n1 is your ssd where you have Windows installed and where the efi partition for Windows resides. So you were trying to install EndeavourOS on the the usb flash drive you are booted from. Where were you expecting to install EndeavourOS?
If you want to install EndeavourOS on that usb hard disk, you will have need another usb flash drive where you can boot EndeavorOS installation media from so that the usb hard disk is free to have something installed on.