I connected a new SSD in my notebook and removed the previous one. Then I installed Windows 10 in a partition of about a quarter of the total size of the disk. After that I installed Qubes which automatically took the rest of the space available. As I am having the same problem as in previous installation (no grub, black screen after “Loading Xen 4.14.5 … Loading Linux 5.15.94-1.qubes.fc32.x86_64 … Loading initial ramdisk …” when booting from UEFI menu) I followed this steps but I get a message saying insufficient space when running the cp commands:
The UEFI partition is 100MB. Running the rescue option at the installation media (usb sitck in my case) finds no linux partitions, but I can see them when running lsblk)
Maybe I am missing something basic? I am not an expert so please feel free to provide possible workarounds. Thanks.
Using a Xubuntu boot disk (DVD), I deleted all the partitions. After that I installed Qubes but I am still getting a black screen after this 3 messages: “Loading Xen 4.14.5 … Loading Linux 5.15.94-1.qubes.fc32.x86_64 … Loading initial ramdisk …”