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Yes, is the same computer. A laptop Dell Vostro 5470.
Unfortunately there is no single error message, right after I choose boot from usb, the installer get stuck into the grub prompt.
I was able to install on legacy mode before, but the initialization time was much larger than ubuntu’s.
Couple hours ago I installed openSUSE on a virtual machine and used the ImageWriter to write the image.
Same thing happen when booting.
It seems to me that is problem to create the bootable usb. But everything appear to be fine with fdisk -l.
I don’t know, any help is appreciated.
When I said “Initialization time” I meant after full system install, the legacy boot up was so slow that I immediately
install Ubuntu again. But the user experience is so frustrating lately that I decided to jump to openSUSE.
On Wed 18 Feb 2015 04:46:02 PM CST, walter white wrote:
After creating the bootable usb, if I choose legacy boot the
installation screen shows up just OK.
If I choose UEFI boot, the grub prompt is what I get. It’s frustrating.
On your system, is there any option for a custom boot or to browse to
an efi file when booting in UEFI mode?
Cheers Malcolm °¿° LFCS, SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12 GNOME 3.10.1 Kernel 3.12.36-38-default
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