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Hi, i'm trying to install Linux for the first time and every time I boot with the USB drive where I have flashed Linux he freeze in that page, any suggestion?

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I had a similar issue and it had to do with how I created the bootable USB.

 

What version of Linux?

What did you use to create the USB?

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Just now, Windows7ge said:

I had a similar issue and it had to do with how I created the bootable USB.

 

What version of Linux?

What did you use to create the USB?

Ubuntu 19.10 and flash it with Rufus

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Just now, Sarr_ said:

flash it with Rufus

did you use dd or iso mode? dd is the correct one. 

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1 minute ago, Twilight said:

did you use dd or iso mode? dd is the correct one. 

Problably the iso mode

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1 minute ago, Sarr_ said:

Ubuntu 19.10 and flash it with Rufus

Do you have a existing Linux install available? I would try dd.

Although Rufus has worked for me in most Linux install applications I have one version where it does not work and gives me an output similar to yours.

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3 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

Do you have a existing Linux install available? I would try dd.

Although Rufus has worked for me in most Linux install applications I have one version where it does not work and gives me an output similar to yours.

I have the ISO that the Ubuntu website let me download

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1 minute ago, Sarr_ said:

I have the ISO that the Ubuntu website let me download

Well, as Twilight suggested you can try dd on Rufus. See if it changes anything.

 

If it doesn't you can use dd on Linux in the command line. I've had more luck here with certain distros.

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Well, as Twilight suggested you can try dd on Rufus. See if it changes anything.

 

If it doesn't you can use dd on Linux in the command line. I've had more luck here with certain distros.

How I select the dd mode?

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Just now, Sarr_ said:

How I select the dd mode?

When you're using Rufus it's usually a pop-up message when you go to run the rufus setup (ISO onto USB). It'll give you the option of DD or ISO.

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

When you're using Rufus it's usually a pop-up message when you go to run the rufus setup (ISO onto USB). It'll give you the option of DD or ISO.

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1 minute ago, Sarr_ said:

In this page?

If DD is an option it pops up when you press START.

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

If DD is an option it pops up when you press START.

Oh, yup, ok

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15 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

If DD is an option it pops up when you press START.

Still doesnt work, same resoult

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1 minute ago, jpenguin said:

I use etcher.io to make all my USBs

Already tryed, same resoult

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What GPU do you have?  If it's AMD, you could try OpenSUSE tumbleweed; if nvudia, maybe blacklist nouveau or try PopOS?

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Just now, jpenguin said:

What GPU do you have?  If it's AMD, you could try OpenSUSE tumbleweed; if nvudia, maybe blacklist nouveau or try PopOS?

I have a 2070 super, actually that "amd" look a bit souspicious

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12 minutes ago, Sarr_ said:

Still doesnt work, same resoult

Can you try dd from the Linux terminal?

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Can you try dd from the Linux terminal?

I didnt have a Linux terminal, this is the first time im installing Linux in my life?

Sorry for the misunderstanding, i'm not that good in english

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11 minutes ago, Sarr_ said:

I have a 2070 super, actually that "amd" look a bit souspicious

Pretty new card, try my nvidia suggestions

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7 minutes ago, Sarr_ said:

I didnt have a Linux terminal, this is the first time im installing Linux in my life?

Sorry for the misunderstanding, i'm not that good in english

Did you test if it will boot properly on any computer? Or is it just the one you're trying to install to where it's not cooperating?

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1 minute ago, Windows7ge said:

Did you test if it will boot properly on any computer? Or is it just the one you're trying to install to where it's not cooperating?

no tests, i think mine have something wrong

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4 minutes ago, jpenguin said:

Pretty new card, try my nvidia suggestions

if Ubunto wont cooperate I'll try PopOS 

 

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Just now, Sarr_ said:

no tests, i think mine have something wrong

Try booting the installer on a different computer. I've had instances where some motherboards just don't want to co-operate forcing me to install the OS with a different motherboard then migrate the drive over.

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A How-To: Drive Sharing in Windows 10

VFIO GPU Pass-though w/ Looking Glass KVM on Ubuntu 19.04

A How-To Guide: Building a Rudimentary Disk Enclosure

Three Methods to Resetting a Windows Login Password

A Beginners Guide to Debian CLI Based File Servers

 

Guide/Tutorial in Progress:

How to Use Memtest86 to Diagnose RAM Errors

 

In the Queue:

iPXE Network Booting to an iSCSI Target

 

Don't see what you need? Check the Full List or *PM me, if I haven't made it I'll add it to the list.

*NOTE: I'll only add it to the list if the request is something I know I can do.

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