Le 2017-12-18 16:24, Ken OKABE via arch-general a écrit :
Here is my experience.
- Ubuntu live image is the most stably working distribution among
others, so it's good for base to install Arch. 2. If your laptop is UEFI, it's good to have reEFInd USB stick. www.rodsbooks.com/refind/ If your PC cannot boot reEFInd USB stick, your bios setup is very wrong. 3. If you can boot into Ubuntu live image, the rest is relatively easy to set up Arch.
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 2:56 PM, Beta Smollner via arch-general firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Does your USB-stick boot on other systems? I can boot on my company’s elitebook just fine with an easy2boot-prepared  stick.
Well, I guess my bios setup is very wrong then. I have exactly the same behavior with an easy2boot stick and reEFInd. I guess my only option left is to backup my data, restaure factory settings and hope for the best. As I don't know where to look to find some logs for this behavior debug will not be easy...
I'll keep this topic up to date as soon as I have news. Thanks alot for these tips