Hi all! I know there’s a lot of threads concerning the intallation of the OS, but I think I’ve read them all, but still I couldn’t manage to make it work. As the title says I’m trying to install Solus on my new Dell XPS 15 9560. I set my BIOS/UEFI as UEFI only (no legacy), disabled Secure Boot, disabled FastBoot (set it as “Thorough”) and set Sata operation to AHCI. I created a bootable USB drive with Rufus, and these are the results I’m getting:
- If I select the ISO type with “GPT partition scheme for UEFI”, when I boot it, I get a screen that sends me to the BIOS/UEFI, and I can’t proceed with the installation.
- If I choose “MBR partition scheme for UEFI”, I get the same outcome.
- If I choose “MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI”, I get the same outcome, but If I switch to legacy boot I can enter in the installation desktop. Everything seems to work except that when I’m trying to select the device in which I want to install the OS, I get an error message saying that no suitable devices have been found, so I can’t proceed with the installation.
The same happens if I, as the guide says, create a bootable USB by selecting DD image and boot the it as UEFI. I don’t actually now what to do since I think I tried them all, but if you know how to make it work, I can repay you with a lot of gratitude! Thank you all in advance. Mattia