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  1. Have tried to install Bodhi 4.0.0 64 bit on a UEFI ASRock 990 Extreme 3 MB with 32 Gb ram, AMD Athon x4 at 2.8 Gb with 6 Tb of HDD by USB stick and DVD. All I get is the install and then the EXACT SAME menu as the LIVE CD before the install INCLUDING the icons to INSTALL Bodhi 4.0.0 64 bit on the system and NO other programs installed at all. Grub installed to sda. The USB stick was done by dd and unetboot and by startup disk creater that Ubuntu has on standard install. THERE are NO MS WINDOWS machines in the place so no creating USB by LiveUSB.
  2. ON a EeePC 1000 which has an Atom 1.6 Gb CPU and 2 Gb ram & on a desktop with an Intel 1.8 Gb CPU with 4 Gb ram with Radon AMD graphics card 512 Mb both with SSD, both of these machines only have BIOS not UEFI, the Bodhi v 4.0.0 32 bit and Legacy refuse to boot correctly no matter which install method, USB, CDROM, and Network. They all run the live version AOK and the installer install them completely as far as I have been able to tell. But upon rebooting or even shutting completely down after install both versions startup and come up with a grub rescue screen but NEVER goes to grub menu and states that it is unable to mount or even find the SSD. SSD is sda and boot loader is installed to sda. ON both of these machines they will install and boot completely with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS & Lubuntu 16.04 LTS & Ubuntu Mate 16.04 LTS. What gives? This should not be happening at all, especially in a full release.