first start stop on loading initial mamdisk ...

suse is instaled on ssd side to windows 10.

any idea?

laptop akoya i3 8g ram

Hello and welcome here.

I assume you mean that on boot, you choose openSUSE from the Grub screen and that then the system halts after the text “loading initial ramdisk” is displayed?

yes that is the peblem.

On the grub screen, hit the ‘e’ key. That should allow you to edit the grub menu.

Scroll down until you find a line that begins “linux” (or maybe “linuxefi”).

Scroll to the right until you reach “splash=silent”.
Delete that string (delete “splash=silent”).
Use CTRL-X to continue booting.

Watch the screen closely. See if there are any relevant messages that show up, and might be hints as what is going wrong.

Our laptop stops at the same place or we get a black screen in Ubuntu’s or the same with a wrong tweak. We must add a kernel parameter at boot time to proceed with the fresh install. The one we use and there are many may not fit the need of your Intel motherboard: iommu=soft

It would be nice to give the exact model of your laptop to see if other users have reported the issue you have. Did not find anything relevant with Akoya i3.

This is the linuxefi line discuss in the previous post by @nickert in UEFI mode:

menuentry 'Installation' --class opensuse --class gnu-linux --class gnu --class os {
  set gfxpayload=keep
  echo 'Loading kernel ...'
  linuxefi /boot/x86_64/loader/linux splash=silent **iommu=soft**
  echo 'Loading initial ramdisk ...'
  initrdefi /boot/x86_64/loader/initrd

CTRL+X To Save & Exit. This is how we boot into Linux ISO’s.

Final result:

cat /proc/cmdline
BOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-5.2.1-2.gbf5c01b-default root=UUID=2dd7fb7c-6e8f-40c4-ba4a-af9f842dc1f8 splash=silent iommu=soft resume=/dev/disk/by-id/ata-SanDisk_SDSSDH3256G_183756420226-part6 quiet mitigations=off

Removing splash=silent should give a clue about the issue you have.

iommu settings may be available in some BIOS/UEFI . Was in mine. I needed to get USB keyboard/mouse to work. Set to software not hardware