Vincent Vermeulen wrote:This is a common issue with graphics cards that need proprietary drivers. Probably you have an AMD or Nvidia graphics card? In that case, boot from the USB but press a key during the 10 second countdown screen. Then highlight the second option in the menu (using down arrow key) and press the Tab key to edit the boot parameters. Before the final double-dash (--) at the end of the line of text that appeared, insert:
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Usually that allows you to boot.
After installation you may need to use it one more time, for the first login. Then install the needed proprietary graphics card drivers and you should be set to not need to fiddle with the boot parameters anymore.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:You should not be having this issue with Intel. If the above fails, we will need to know exactly which CPU you have or exactly which Zenbook model number to figure that out.
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