Right now, I’m having difficulties installing ubuntu on my laptop Clevo N850.
I’ve downloaded ubuntu-18.10-desktop-amd64, hash matches so the ISO is not corrupt.
I’m using rufus 3.3, selecting the iso, selecting GPT partition and it writes fine.
Disable Fast Boot, Intel Speedstep and TPM. Kept secure boot on.
Go through the installation fine, setup a secure boot password, disable encryption. Get right to the end of the installation with a message box saying
“Installation is complete. You need to restart the computer in order to use the new installation”
Click Restart Now and nothing happens. About 7 Minutes later I get this screen
Keep waiting and nothing happens, so I hold down the power button to do a hard shutdown, and boot back up again, It asks me for the secure boot password, I enter it and then we boot. I get to the login screen, type my password in, Then it freezes. Can’t do anything.
I’ve been told that secure boot works fine with ubuntu, I shouldn’t have to disable it, Maybe I should try the LTS version of ubuntu? or should my installation media be using MBR? or should I try and use a different memory stick to install ubuntu on?
As far as I am aware im not doing anything wrong.
Any advice would be great thanks.