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This sort of crash is typically due to the fact that proprietary NVidia drivers are missing during installation. I would install Ubuntu with nomodeset which tells it to not load any incompatible video drivers. To do that Insert the Ubuntu 19.04 or 18.04 USB into the computer. Reboot. As soon as it boots, press up or down arrow on your keyboard to bring up ...


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I kinda figured it out. I had a PCIe to SATA expansion card. This was causing the issue. I removed it and now every thing works fine(except for the fact that I lost 6 SATA ports) but oh well.


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Did you look at any Dell specific instructions (Any Dell version). You typically need to update UEFI, update SSD firmware Then add AHCI driver to Windows and change RAID/Intel RST in UEFI. You have to have fast start up off in Windows (and probably bitlocker). And usually better to have fast boot off in UEFI as that assumes no configuration changes. And if ...


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This seems to be the bug blocking you https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/subiquity/+bug/1831453 . Regarding live-server vs server install, the live-server installer uses the subiquity package, which is the one having an issue. This post explains it https://serverfault.com/questions/930163/what-is-the-difference-between-ubuntu-server-and-ubuntu-server-...


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