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Old 19th April 2012, 05:47 PM
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64b: black screen + Bios stopsloading

1. This problem occurred with the 64b beta live desktop (gnome) edition
2. When trying to boot from a usb pen, all I get is a black screen. Increasing screen luminosity doesn't change that.
3. If I keep trying to boot once and once again, the computer stops loading the Bios for the next 4 or 5 startups.
4. The same iso image loads an runs fine in virtualbox.
5. I used the next 3 usb installers and the problem kept showing, no matter the installer used:
5. My system:
hp touchsmart tm2 core-i3 UM380 1,33 Ghz, dual graphics setup with an Intel (HD) Graphics and Ati hd radeon 5450

Is there a way to avoid this?
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