I am using an ASUS computer, and when I use my usb stick I see the grub bootloader. But the moment when I click "try ubuntu" the ubuntu splash logo freezes after a while at the third point (always).
I have no idea how to investigate this, does anyone got any idea?
The asus is a Media Markt only model (a European retailer). So I don't have a lot of documentation on this.
- Intel Bay Trail M Dual-Core 2830 (celeron)
- Intel HD Graphics (it didn't specify a number)
- Qualcomm & Realtek internet adapters (I forgot the numbers)
Any idea how to investigate this further? I tried to boot the 32-bit and the 64-bit. I also inspected the usb drive, no errors came.
I installed Ubuntu on my Microsoft Surface, which went fine.
Edit: I tried the advice of pressing the ESC button. It hangs on "Stopping load modules from /etc/modules". I also tested the USB out on my Microsoft Surface. It booted just fine.
Edit2: I'm trying to get at the advanced startup options, but 'pressing any key' doesn't work.
Edit3: I edited the following BIOS settings to the following status
intel virtualization technology = disabled xhci mode in usb = enabled HD = ide mode chm mode = enabled secure boot = disabled network stack = enabled
And it booted once, but I wanted to figure out what I did right, and set reset it into factory settings, and then it didn't boot anymore.