Hardware: Intel NUC D34010WYK 8G 120G SSD, latest BIOS v0054 (WYLPT1.0H.86A.0054.2019.0902.1752).
Home Assistant OS release: Fresh installation via USB stick, haos_generic-x86-64-6.6.img.xz, flashed via BalenaEtcher as documented.
Description of problem: When attempting UEFI boot with Secure Boot disabled, some text flashes by and boot appears to hang (flashing in a white screen, when repeating the enter key, I can catching the text flashing by).
When attempting Legacy boot, error message is displayed:
“Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot media in selected Boot device and press a key”
Attempted with 2 USB sticks, same results.
Other variations attempted:
- Enabled / disabled Secure Boot (clean config) → no effect
- Reset all BIOS settings to default (F9) → no effect
I cannot see why the installer claims “Nothing bootable found”
I can see on the internet that other people had this problem, but topics are closed as it should have been resolved. But using the latest version, I still got this problem. Can anybody help please…
PS I can also see some people have installed Debian themselves (via Rufus), but this would be a completely different way to do an easy-to-install procedure as explained on the home-assistant.io so preferably I would like to stick with the “standard” approach