I got my notebook back after two years on a repair shop (!) and I’m trying to install Haiku on a multiple bit system.
I tried from an USB stick before installing and most hardware work fine (being the webcam the only thing that didn’t work, but that was expected).
The point is, after trying from USB, I shrunk the Windows partition and then from the Haiku Installer I created a BeFS partition. Installation was successful. I had to install rEFInd in order to Haiku to be recognized because GRUB wouldn’t find it.
But when I try to boot, it pases the boot screen flawlessly, but the desktop becomes corrupted (See image).
I’ve tried in both UEFI mode and “Dual boot” mode (the only. In Dual boot mode, the computer does not find a bootable drive. And now I see that the (U)EFI setup does not see Haiku. It sees rEFInd, and rEFInd does see Haiku and I can bout, however (but with the video corruption problem described)
So what can I do?
Thanks in advance.