Could you download a bootable Linux distribution of some kind and
temporarily use that to edit the ISO?
I am trying to install "Qubes-R4.0.3-x86-64 OS" on Windows 10 UEFI system.
Using Rufus created bootable media (DD image option selected). The
installation is done (till the message that qubes successfully installed
and ready to go) but after first reboot, the black screen not proceed
I found to add two lines (bootnoexit=1; mapbs=1) in each kernel section
within bootx64.cfg file within EFI folder.
But it is not working in Windows 10. Since I am a New user to Qubes OS, I
request help in this issue (Can't logging to Qubes).
Thanks in advance for your help.
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