I'am trying to install Fedora on a new 64bits machine that I acquired yesterday. As I explained here, I am unable to boot on any version of Fedora: After installing the OS with a Live version and reboot, no OS is detected by the BIOS. I tryed with a first computer (LENOVO 64bits i-Core5) that I returned to the vendor.
Boot from USB stick halts "syslinux 4.03 2010-10-22 ..." and flashing cursor.
Attempting to run USB live 11.10 x64, also tried natty and kubuntu 11.10 same results.
HP laptop G71-340us BIOS .23 (latest), Patriot XT 8GB stick. 11.10 x64 live .iso /unetbootin win 565 +4GB persistance.
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I just installed my old MacBook white with a fresh Ubuntu 12.04 as single OS on the machine, all runs pretty good, but every time I shut it down or restart the machine gets stuck in the "ubuntu ....." splash screen, how can this be solved so I don't have to force power it off?