[Solved] Can’t boot without a liveUSB

Dustingo Asks: Can’t boot without a liveUSB
Hope you’ll having a killer weekend.

I’m coming from Ubuntu, and am somewhat new to Arch-based Linux.

I installed an Arch-based Linux yesterday.

Everything went smooth until when I wanted to boot. First, my pc didn’t recognize the EFI bootloader. And then I had to boot to a LiveUSB. On the LiveUSB screen when I chose “Detect EFI Bootloaders” it showed 2 files. Bootx64.efi and Grubx64.efi. When I click on either of them it tells me “Not a valid root device”.

When I press the “E” button on that screen I see that the root and chain loader is not correct.

It’s something like this:

Root={$2} Chainloder{1}

When I change these to

Root={(hd1,gpt2)} Chainloader={(hd1,gpt1)/efi/Manjaro/grubx64.efi}

System boots successfully.

I checked with Gparted and my EFI partition is flagged as boot. I don’t know what is it that I’m missing.

Now my question is, how can I make this change permanent and boot without the liveUSB?

I appreciate any help, thanks ahead

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