Today I tried several times to install Ubuntu but I have some GPU problems.
I have a bootable stick. When I boot in UEFI mode all its normal but the installer isn't able to install the boot loader.
When I boot in leagacy mode I'm able to install Ubuntu but only when I unplug my GPU GTX 1070.
When I don't do that, I get an this initialization error from the installer:
3.021954] nouveau 0000:01:00.0: unknown chipset (134000a1)
I installed Ubuntu normally without the GPU. I installed the drivers, rebooted, shut down, pluggeed in the GPU and tried to boot but it got stuck at:
/dev/mapper/isw_bdifbbjbai_Raid0p3: clean, 191449/8855552 files, 1677252/34500448 blocks
What should I do? When I unplug the GPU I can boot easily, but I need my GPU! :D
My PC has a GTX 1070 GPU, i7 4790K CPU, and two hard drives:
- 250 GB M.2 SSD, which contains Windows 10 and its boot loader.
- 2 TB RAID-0 WD, with 1,85 TB for Windows 10 files and 150GB where I installed Ubuntu and its boot loader.