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It is the first time I want to install this OS. Currently, I'm using Windows 10, when the Ubuntu installer starts, the monitor goes "out of range", any ideas how can I fix this?

EDIT: https://imgur.com/a/95qATE2 (Computer components and Ubuntu version)

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  • give us a little more info on the system your trying to use. What video card Etc. – kc1di Jun 13 '19 at 10:39
  • What release of Ubuntu? sudo lshw -C video (which is list-hardware of class=video) will provide us clues as to what video hardware you are using. Did you verify your install media (ie. verify your ISO download was perfect, and the write-to-thumb-drive was validated) – guiverc Jun 13 '19 at 10:45
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Immediately after booting the Ubuntu Live DVD/USB, you'll see a small icon that looks like a little man next to a keyboard, at the bottom of your screen. Touch any key on the keyboard to activate a supplementary menu. Hit the F6 function key. Select nomodeset. Continue booting. Install Ubuntu.

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