Usb installation: fail to find media

I’ve a problem installing via USB. I create USB with different methods (dd and etcher) and different USB sticks but i stuck After checking compatibility every Time. As result i got “failed to find installer media”. I double checked the “secure boot” stuff, bios and everything else. I got an error -110 (Google says that is something about usb power) but with other distros (debian, ubuntu and arch for sure as i tested them ) everything boots and install without problems. I disabled quiet mode and client=somethingn08 as suggested in other posts and took a screen

Edit:
I managed to complete the boot sequence and run the live os by quickly unplugging and plugging the USB stick while “searching for installer media” message appears. After that i complete the installation process without problems and now everything work properly.

Can you choose boot device in BIOS? and also make sure UEFI mode is enabled.

Yes i can choose between two uefi USB media, whatever i choose doesn’t resolve my problems. I managed to complete the boot sequence and run the live os by quickly unplugging and plugging the USB stick while “searching for installer media” message appears. I tried several times and It works everytime but if let It boot without touch anything doesn’t complete the boot sequence. Could It be a bug?

Then report it on GitHub and mention that the installer media is discovered when you ‘unplug and plug’ the USB stick.

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