Various UEFI problems

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – So since you now have gummiboot in the /boot/EFI/boot/bootx64.efi spot, can you now try to boot that particular device itself (like you would do if you are booting in bios mode), but also make sure that bios emulation is either fully disabled, or UEFI is somehow given priority?Keep in mind that in order for gummiboot to take you to its menu, I am pretty sure you do have to have a minimal configuration for it (like most bootlaoders).  This would be the /boot/EFI/loader/loader.conf file with just the "default" line and "timeout 15".  You can eventually have whatever (HowTos)