Help!!! Cant boot into live environment.

Help:’(, openSUSE isn’t booting. Whenever I select any option and commence it keeps loading until it drops me into a shell saying,
" [Firmware Bug]: TSC_DEADLINE disabled due to Errata; please update microcode to version: 0x52 (or later) "

[FONT=inherit]Using the ‘journalctl’ command after entering maintainence mode with Ctrl D it tells me of some problem with the partitions as well which have no FileSystem. I have done a lot of troubleshooting. Trying to update the microcode with Yast2 and Zyper but the shell doesn’t have these commands.
This is what I am using:

TP-link WIFI card whch has opensource drives
CORE I3 3.10Ghz
Intel(R) HD Graphics
GeckoLinux-Next Pantheon (Opensuse Leap 15.2) UEFI with Win10

Any help will be greatly appreciated,
Thanks for reading!


Hi DanishRehman,

And welcome to this forum.

What shell do you mean exactly? Did it boot? Can you do

dmesg | grep micocode

This is what I am getting:

kasi@pluto:~> dmesg | grep microcode
    0.000000] microcode: microcode updated early to revision 0xe0, date = 2020-06-17
    2.698536] microcode: sig=0x806ea, pf=0x80, revision=0xe0
    2.698795] microcode: Microcode Update Driver: v2.2.

Did you find this thread:

Contrary to the archlinux wiki here, the required command is not amd-ucode but:

kasi@pluto:~> zypper se ucode     
Repository 'Packman Repository' ist veraltet. Sie können 'zypper refresh' als root ausführen, um es zu aktualisieren. 
Repository-Daten werden geladen... 
Installierte Pakete werden gelesen... 

S  | Name        | Summary                                                    | Type 
   | iucode-tool | A program to manipulate Intel microcode update collections | Paket 
i  | ucode-amd   | Microcode updates for AMD CPUs                             | Paket 
i+ | ucode-intel | Microcode Updates for Intel x86/x86-64 CPUs                | Paket 
   | ucode-intel | Microcode Updates for Intel x86/x86-64 CPUs                | Quellpaket 

Just in case, the required shell commands are rather


not yast2


not zyper.

Edit: Both commands as root, of course. Either

su -



BTW, (How)did it work before? Any changes, updates?