(SOLVED) Out of range when booting from usb

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thejordigf
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(SOLVED) Out of range when booting from usb

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Hi Guys,
Lately i've been trying to install Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon 64 bits in my main pc. When I boot it everything goes perfect till I press start linux. Then my screen goes black with a message that puts Out of range. I have a laptop where this problem doe not appear. I'm new at this guys so I will need your help.

My setup is - Intel I5 6500
- Motherboard MSI z170-A pro
- kingston ssd 240 gb, hdd seagate 1 tb
- Nvidia Asus 1060 6 gb
- Screen: Benq 22'' GL2250 HM
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Re: Out of range when booting from usb

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Thank you! But I can't even boot it from the usb. In other computers work but when I plug it into my main it appears the out of range problem.

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Re: Out of range when booting from usb

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Unplug the monitor cable just after booting from usb and re-plug the cable after two minutes.

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Re: Out of range when booting from usb

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administrollaattori wrote:Unplug the monitor cable just after booting from usb and re-plug the cable after two minutes.
Thanks man, that worked perfectly!

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Re: Out of range when booting from usb

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thejordigf wrote:
administrollaattori wrote:Unplug the monitor cable just after booting from usb and re-plug the cable after two minutes.
Thanks man, that worked perfectly!
Please add [Solved] for others (edit subject). :D

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