It boot fine on my UEFI system with Legacy boot enabled. Without legacy boot enabled, it will not boot. I could get into the desktop and Haiku could use my screen’s native resolution. It also supports my Realtek Ethernet card. I opened WebPositive and tried to type something in the address bar, it seemed Haiku still has trouble with drivers, as when I typed only one letter it displayed a series of this letter. e.g: h becomes hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. I can’t get my keyboard to work properly. What very strange is after that the mouse stopped working, too. I can’t reboot normally using the menu but have to reset the system because random windows appeared and I can’t select the menu I want.
It seemed there is still a long way for Haiku to be usable on real system.