I was installing Ubuntu 11.10 64bit on my new PC from a pendrive, since the only computers I have do not have disk drives, I ran into a problem. After the ASUS Logo when switching on the PC, and pressing F8 to select the USB Pen-drive, there was the options thing as normal that allows me to select to either boot form the pen-drive or install on the HDD, when I do either of these, there is a bunch of text on a black background, as I would expect, but after a few seconds the screen goes blank, and the moniter says "no signal".
I have previously installed ubuntu with a pen-drive, to fix issues caused my windows, and ran into no problems.
Is it a problem with the pen drive I am using? Or maybe a problem with the system? I tried it in my USB 3.0 ports at the back and the USB 2.0 ones aswell.
My Specs are: AMD Phenom II x4 965BE ASUS AMD Radeon HD 6670 ASUS M5-L75 USB3 (typing this form memory, it's an AM3+ ASUS board with USB3.0 in the AMD700 chipet or something) Corsair XMS3 DDR3 4GB(2x2GB) 1333MHz RAM
I ran the memtest program on the pen drive as well, came out clean. Thanks for your time :3