Im gonna make this question as fast as possible.I got windows 11 on my main pc and i decided to redownload garuda linux(i accidentally deleted its partition when downloading windows 11 lol).
i download kde, use rufus to burn it to a usb stick, go to bios and then force boot the usb.When i do that i get a little blue rectangle (like a canvas) that draws black rectangles at the position u overlap it with your mouse.Yea, weird.I tried to change boot priority but that doesnt work either because garuda gets skipped and i load into windows.So how can i run the live boot usb with windows 11 installed(idk if secure boot / csm-uefi cause any problems)Anyone has any ideas?thnx in advance
Turn of Fast boot and Secure boot in the bios
hey dude, thnx a lot for the fast response.i ve read the instructions on the garuda download page, but if i do that will i be able to run windows 11?it will be really annoying to enable-disable secure boot everytime depending on which os i want to run.thnx again.
Yes there should be no problem as i run win 11 in daul boot with them all off
thnx a lot man i ll try it out and i ll come back if ive got any problems.thnx a lot again for the help and have a good rest of your day!cheers
Use dd or ventoy.
Garuda dos not support dual boot in forum help. You are on your own if M$ destroy the grub boot, and you have to chroot the system.
You can, but not with the full "recommended" Windows security measures, which preclude booting with anything else. It's their "pucker 'til yer constipated" hardware-based security.
Does nothing about social-engineered attack vectors, but you can't fix stupid...unless Stupid runs Linux, I guess.