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    I need help with Arch Linux

    Me? Teach?o_O I am having problems myself how can I teach others LOL :D
  2. M

    I need help with Arch Linux

    Its fun to this kind of stuff
  3. M

    I need help with Arch Linux

    I did it before it works I need to run only command in the windows CMD on that laptop before I can boot into Ubuntu with the external HDD. bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path \EFI\ubuntu\grubx64.efi
  4. M

    I need help with Arch Linux

    Yea thanks, Ubuntu works for now.
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    I need help with Arch Linux

    Secure boot was the first thing I disabled in order to boot into Arch Linux Live USB. So, the problem is purely with the bootloader. I installed it on the external HDD (double checked it). OH thats what he meant powered or not. No, My HDD is not powered through a wall socket its a normal HDD...
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    I need help with Arch Linux

    Ahhhh, Thats the problem when I boot up with the HDD connected and go into BIOS to change the boot order the HDD is not displayed there. So I can't change the boot order in order to go into Arch Linux
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    I need help with Arch Linux

    So, lets go from the beginning this was my fourth try before asking for help on here. So the first try, The HDD was formatted as a MBR drive and I messed up the partitioning during the install. Second try, The HDD again as MBR, The bootloader didn't install and then by the end of it all I...
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    I need help with Arch Linux

    So to answer yiur questions 1. Its a normal SATA HDD. The capacity is 80 gigs. 2. Yes, I can produce another Ubuntu install or a live ubuntu USB stick. (I even have a live kali stick lying around) 3. I use windows 10. 4. Yea sure, I can go into diskpart or disk management to view the...
  9. M

    I need help with Arch Linux

    My laptop is UEFI and I installed Arch Linux in UEFI mode.
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    I need help with Arch Linux

    I installed Arch Linux in an External HDD, the installation process was successful without and problems. Then it was time to reboot and remove the installation media in order to boot into Arch Linux from the External HDD. I removed the media and let it reboot but it went straight into windows...
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