stevepusser wrote:It seems your device has an unusual 32-bit UEFI instead of the usual 64-bit, along with no "legacy boot" support. That's no doubt at the root of your problem.
stevepusser wrote:Can you find anything on the net where Linux users were successful? It must have been possible, since there was a vendor in Australia selling the Envy with Linux preinstalled!
andLinux(grub to be specific) cannot boot from 32bit EFI.
Also, from this forum thread it looks like the Envy x2 has serious USB boot issues
Debian Jessie (8.0) was the first Linux distribution to include full support for mixed-mode UEFI installation
Head_on_a_Stick wrote:Debian jessie should support mixed-bitness UEFI implementations:Debian Jessie (8.0) was the first Linux distribution to include full support for mixed-mode UEFI installation
https://wiki.debian.org/UEFI#Support_fo ... 2-bit_UEFI
@OP: did you follow the instructions when preparing the installation medium?
Please provide the exact command(s) that you used.
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