I'm trying to install Ubuntu 18.04 on my ASUS F556U laptop without success. I already asked other questions on the subject, thinking that the problems were by UEFI mode. Well surpassed that, I already discovered that the problem is of the laptop, a professional I assure to me that it can be problem of Targeta Grafica, is not compatible with Linux. Well, since I can not install 18.04 install 16.04 but when updating it is broken and there is an error in the screen that I can not distinguish well, which I show: PCIe Bus Error: severity = Corrected, type = Physical Layer, id
When installing 16.04 it works perfectly, but it notifies me of an internal error, to send to Ubuntu. The error I show you in a screenshot. I hope someone can help me, maybe there is already a question on the subject on this site, but maybe I did not know how to look for it. I've been with the problem for almost two months, and now I can not buy another laptop, if it does not work for Linux. I already tried other Linux distributions, and it gives me the same error. Now it gives me another problem, a message saying that I have little space in the root file system, only 924 MB, when I leave 150 GB. If you can give me an idea, thank you. I show you screenshots of the errors you asked me to send to Ubuntu
The partner @oldfred helped me with his comments, but ASUS does not give me support for UBUNTU, to be able to update the BIOS. I do not know if I am adding
PCI = NOMSIcorrectly, because when I update, the error of the first image that I am attaching is shown on the screen. If you could help me, it is very frustrating to have a laptop with which I must work and not be able to install Ubuntu. Well, I think the reality is that Ubuntu is not installed, because Asus is giving me a lot of war.