I decided to try out the latest Haiku pre-beta release (haiku-r1beta1-hrev52295-13-gebd3fb55d9-x86_64-anyboot.zip) on my old ASUS laptop with AMD A8 processor inside (CSM mode enabled). The system booted from the USB device in the safe mode, detected the internal hard drive and the USB stick and installed perfectly fine, however, after booting from the internal hard drive I discovered that Haiku’s bootloader did not install properly on the hard drive, had an error and entered a reboot loop.
How should I fix this problem?
My computer specs:
- AMD A8 Charizo APU with Radeon R5 graphics
- 8 GB of RAM, which are not detected by Haiku at all unless you boot in the safe mode
- Internal 1 TB hard drive from Toshiba
- 3 USB 2.0 ports, UEFI firmware, Realtek network adapter for Ethernet, ACPI supported