Hi, Welcome to the Deepin Forum. I would check to see if you can boot the usb installer in the failsafe mode. From there you might be able to access the Deepin User Feedback tool in the applications menu.
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First of all greetings!
Hardware: HP Probook 4530s, 2410m/HM65, HD3000/1366x768, BIOS F.60.
Setup: Running osx 10.11.4 with clover installed to efi partition. Prior to installing deepin I successfully ran linux mint alongside osx on the same ssd.
Installation: I created an installer usb via dd method, booted deepin from efi file and installed it to a formatted ext4 partition and set a mount point. I checked the uefi bootloader option in deepin installer. Deepin successfully created a directory on the efi partition named deepin and populated it with grubx64.efi file. So far so good.
Upon rebooting, clover gui doesn't show an entry for deepin. When I try to boot from efi file the grub shell opens (grubx64.efi) and I can write commands to it. However when I try the command boot it tells me that I need to load a kernel first.
I think the problem is that the deepin directory in efi partition isn't complete. When I installed linux mint in the same fashion it created numerous files:
I tried to adapt the grub config file for deepin but to no avail. Currently I'm unable to boot deepin. Would anyone be so kind as to point me in the right direction? I'm kinda lost.