I’m having issues installing Qubes onto my Forced-EFI (AMD 5800H, 3060) Laptop.
Dell apparently no longer ships laptops with Legacy support.
I managed to get Qubes (3.2.1; 4.0.4 is having issues loading a .c32 file) to install through Virtualbox via a sudo’ed VMDK link to the rawdisk (my 1TB 980); but now that I (confirmed) install, the drive doesn’t show up as a bootable drive in EFI when I try to map the .EFI file, nor in boot options as a bootable option. I’ve booted back into Mint and verified that everything was setup correctly. Drive is encrypted, password is correct, and the bootable partition’s on there. Model’s a G15 5515 Ryzen Edition. I know, new hardware, just doesn’t seem right.