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Been running mint on my laptop since i got it (x60 tablet). And now want it on my desktop of my new pc. I have two partitions one windows 7 64bit installed. MSI FM2-A55M-E33 Motherboard, Amd A8 APU + Amd hd 6570 graphics card in dual mode. Installing from usb. I get this from UEFI boot http://db.tt/2egZEXh4 And this from EFI http://db.tt/NMtifKuL using normal and compatibly mode. I've asked both the ubuntu and mint forums as this happens using both. So far no one has been able to help me. Any help is most appreciated.

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Still wont boot. Its starting to feel like something is trying to keep me on windows. Everything i try either crashes the installer or puts the scrambled graphics on the screen. Would it be possible to install the drivers to the iso? So they would already be their.

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I'm sure it's possible, but that is beyond my knowledge. The nomodeset is how I got my systems to install when doing such things with graphics like that. Maybe others will have some suggestions, but I would try the distro's forums again and pasting the hardware you have. Maybe even IRC.

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Been running mint on my laptop since i got it (x60 tablet). And now want it on my desktop of my new pc. I have two partitions one windows 7 64bit installed. MSI FM2-A55M-E33 Motherboard, Amd A8 APU + Amd hd 6570 graphics card in dual mode. Installing from usb. I get this from UEFI boot http://db.tt/2egZEXh4 And this from EFI http://db.tt/NMtifKuL using normal and compatibly mode. I've asked both the ubuntu and mint forums as this happens using both. So far no one has been able to help me. Any help is most appreciated.

have you disabled the secure boot setting in your UEFI firmware settings? if you have secure boot enabled youre going to have problems.

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