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troubleshooting [2020/10/09 19:34]
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troubleshooting [2020/12/04 20:49]
lbrpdx [Boot Issues:]
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 ====Boot Issues:==== ====Boot Issues:====
-  * You may need to change your BIOS to allow legacy and unsecured boot+First of all: 
 +  * You may need to change your BIOS to allow legacy boot. 
 +  * Make sure you have enabled "unsecured boot" option in your BIOS, this is a requirement for most Linux distributions
   * Unplug any attached storage or controllers   * Unplug any attached storage or controllers
 +  * If your BIOS is UEFI and you can't use legacy boot, make sure you can load ''bootx64.efi'' from Batocera's boot partition
  
 In order to get more information on your boot sequence, you can edit the ''/boot/boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg'' file (for Batocera 5.25+, or ''/boot/boot/syslinux.cfg'' for Batocera 5.24 and earlier) and replace: In order to get more information on your boot sequence, you can edit the ''/boot/boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg'' file (for Batocera 5.25+, or ''/boot/boot/syslinux.cfg'' for Batocera 5.24 and earlier) and replace:
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   APPEND label=BATOCERA console=tty3 loglevel=9 vt.global_cursor_default=0   APPEND label=BATOCERA console=tty3 loglevel=9 vt.global_cursor_default=0
  
 +Don't forget you need to put the ''/boot/'' mount point in write mode first, as [[modify_the_system_while_it_s_running|described on this page]].
 ====Video issues==== ====Video issues====
  
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