So I built a new computer and since I moved my ssd into the new machine I am no longer able to boot into EOS. I figured I would just reinstall and start from scratch but I can’t seem to get into the live ISO either. I went from an AMD cpu to and Intel one, so I figured that may have contributed to the issue. Otherwise my gpu is still a nvidia brand so that didn’t change other than it is much newer. I etched the usb with rufus on a Windows 10 install. Otherwise here are my specs:
cpu: Intel Core i7 13700KF
gpu: Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 Ti
motherboard: Micro-Star PRO Z790-P Wifi DDR 4 (MS-7E06)
I’m still at a very beginner level with this, so please bear with me.
It could be the live usb. Maybe try etcher on Windows. See if you have the same issue.
New VGA and old kernel for shore,
you can make new ArcoLinux ISO it easy
I tried etcher and now my usb won’t even show as a boot option anymore
I guess I could try that, it’d be nice to stay on EOS though
I think Etcher just bricked my usb, it won’t even format anymore
On the following link
Scroll down until you see " How to Recover a USB Drive or SD Card", you may be able to recover it.
black screen for shore online or offline, just he need new kernel to boot live first
try it on Linux
sudo dd if=(iso file here) of=(disk) && sync
to show all disk you have run
sudo fdisk -l
/dev/sdd , etc what you need, you know by size
Ok I ran Rufus on it again and it seems to be back to life. Will try getting back into live ISO shortly
Welp, it finally let me in to the installer. I swear I ran Rufus like 3 times before I made the post…
No sure what the original issue was on my old install, but I’m happy I at least get to start over.
Thanks for everyone’s help!
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