Hi, I'd really appreciate some help with this. Back story: I have an old Asus 1001 pxd netbook with an Atom processor that I bought in 2012. Never worked well with Windows. Installed Lubuntu years ago and it worked passably. I've been very happy with Manjaro XFCE on my old Thinkpad, so I decided to try Manjaro on the netbook. I found LXQT on the Majaro site. It installed without a hitch and the netbook worked better than ever before. I was delighted! Problem was that the hard disk on the netbook was dying! So, I decided to buy and install a new SSD and reinstall LXQT.
Here's the problem. When I reinstall LXQT, and restart after reboot I get the following message: " /boot/vmi i nuz-5.2-x86_64 not found error: you need to load the kernel first: press any key to continue."
If I press a key it gives me 3 options: manjaro linux, advanced options for Manjaro Linux and Memory test. The adanced options gives me a choice of two kernels5.2.11-1-M and 220.127.116.11-MA. If I press on either it sends me back to the error message.
I'd really like to use LXQT as it seems lightweight and appropriate for an Atom netbook. But how do I get it to boot? Thanks!