I’ve installed Haiku before several times, but this time cannot boot from the newly installed partition.
The system is a AMD Athlon 300GE cpu on a MSI B450M-A PRO MAX motherboard with firmware update. This means that only UEFI systems can boot.
The target disk is exclusively for Haiku. The partition type for the whole disk is shown as ‘GUID Partition Map’.
I’ve already read the instructions (although it says for Beta3) and created an EFIBOOT partition as described. Tried to create it once at the beginning of the disk, another time at the end of the disk. Same result.
This seems to be working fine, as when choosing the medium to boot from there’s the Haiku option.
The problem is that it can’t find the Haiku volume and asks to re-scan, but to no avail.
If I place the USB stick, the SSD Uefi partition boot the Haiku partition from the stick.
The Haiku partition is at 112GB, Volume Name ‘Haiku’, formatted with the ‘Be File System’. The parameters set are ‘MIMEs, Attributes, Queries’.
It doesn’t show Active or Boot.
When I click with the right button mouse over the SSD Haiku partition and choose ‘Change parameters’ there’s no available option to set the partition as ‘Active’, ‘Boot’ or anything else. The only thing available is the Partition Name and Type.
This table summarizes the differences:
What should I do?