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Have you followed the guide step by step? (I mean the archwiki one)
Maybe chroot into the system from a USB stick and repair grub? That's what I'd do
Dell had some issues with the Linux kernel:
I would recommend you to install a distro with a newer kernel than 4.10
If you are a bit experienced with Linux try to install arch Linux with the linux-lts kernel
If you are not so experienced you will learn how Linux works
I would go back in time for some years to start using arch Linux earlier
@jhfLinuxGuy Thank you for that, I will have a look at the article.
The weird thing is that Mint 18.2 already worked once but now I get the error each time I try installing it again
Maybe ask this in the signal group chat as well?