EndeavourOS fails to create new partition during Installation

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Windows Is restored. I repeat, windows is restored.(thanks fedora)

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I mean…It’s terrible news of course, coz it’s crap…But at least you’ll live :laughing:

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Awww don’t insult my dear Fedora… She wasn’t the best but she was reliable when i needed her… Like now!

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I don’t fight with hats, i fight with Windows :rofl:

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Just took another look at your image and all 3 partitions are NTFS. I believe the boot partition for Windows should be fat16 like it is for Linux.

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Ahhhh then windows boot partition has vanished… i’ll see what I can do to fix that…

you have it working and booting? If so I don’t know if I’d play with it any more, unless on the off chance it can cause issues installing EOS.

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Welp. Now that I know Fedora’s got my back I’m kinda confident.

I’ll try installing EOS again.

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Mod editstring of curseswindows update

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So where do you stand now? On the desktop you have only Windows? Manjaro was nuked? And Windows is not being nice?

My suggestion is to boot on the live ISO of EndeavourOS and use gparted. On the unallocated space you have create a new gpt partition. Then close and run the installer and select erase disc with swap and no hibernate and install.

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Boot using live USB of Gparted. Format the second partition and try installing EnOS

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Maybe it’s time for your sis to learn Linux after all :slight_smile:
At least now you can safely say it’s not you, but Windows update killed her experience :rofl:

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Isn’t that the Blue Screen of Shame? Windoze Hmm? I always wonder what the bar code symbol thing is for? How does that help?

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I’m starting to agree with you. They can claim terminal centric OS but I have mine setup so I have to do very little in terminal. I have it pretty much laid out as I would a Windows desktop. The way I set this up is also the way I did my roommates when he decided to take the plunge with Manjaro and got use to it pretty quickly.

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As it stands… I’m backing up my data… And preparing to reinstall everything…

Sigh… F u windows.

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Please don’t windoze shame me.

Sorry… Didn’t mean it that way! I have Windoze too. I get the same problems. :wink:

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This would be the optimal solution.

I can dualboot Fedora and EOS so I can do what I want and she can still use BM Davinci Resolve

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Yeah… I know… Got I hate windows.

The BM Davinci Resolve looks pretty high tech.

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