Packard Bell computers seem to have an issue installing Ubuntu. To get it to actually load the installation disk I had to go into the bios settings and boot settings and change type to legacy and turn off secure boot.
I have a te69kb with amda4 5000.
Once I got it loading I clicked install, but it did not recognize any partitions. I installed anyway and wiped the disk. Once it was done I restarted it and once it got past the bios I got an error. It said: kvm disabled by bios. It then gives me a terminal and prompts me to log in. When I do I type startx and that fails and gives me a final error of no windows.