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Linux mint not installing

I have a system with an i3 9100 (with integrated graphics) with 8gb ram. When I tried to install Linux mint, it did not install. I tried many other distros. But none of them installed. What Happened was the installer crashed. But when I used the same Linux mint bootable USB on a core 2 duo, it installed and works fine. Changing USB drives and ports didn’t work. What could be the reason? 

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12 minutes ago, tpere38 said:

Yes

 

Secure boot works with Mint. I'm dual booting Windows 11 and Mint. What version of Mint are you trying to install? 

 

Does the same thing happen when you boot into compatibility mode?

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I tried Linux mint 20.1, Ubuntu studio 20.10, pop os 20.04 and Ubuntu 20.04 . Windows 10 works fine. Windows 11 has cpu overheating and cpu overheating happened when I booted to live USBs of all the versions.

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The problem was the drivers. When I booted from proprietary driver option on manjaro, it installed 

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