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I have a Toshiba L650 Notebook, and I'm trying to boot Ubuntu 12.10 from USB. It works fine on PC, but on my Toshiba it freezes at the Ubuntu loading screen. Right before the freeze, Ubuntu turns my wireless adapters (wifi and bluetooth) on. Anyone has any idea, how to solve this?

Thank you.


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I had a problem with my network driver causing kernel panic on a 64-bit system. Maybe this answer will help. – butla Apr 25 '14 at 21:10

I don't think it's because of wireless apdator. I suspect the culprit is the graphic card and xorg.
I'd like to give you a link. I cannot upgrade to 12.10 because of graphic-card, Radeon HD 3450

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