Originally Posted by blackwasp
Also if i go into boot options and boot my internal hard drive ubuntu works.
I installed Linux mint and it works, but why wont Ubuntu work or any other thing, is there a way i can make them work too
The answer to your question is different distros have different strengths and weaknesses and these change from time to time. Mint is based on Ubuntu, but Mint puts proprietary drivers in there where ubuntu doesn't. Its like Ubuntu's twin, but he's got his face rearranged by the plastic surgeon.
If you are willing to work through the command line and get the drivers from the Intel site or Azus or whatever graphics card, follow their instructions, you can rearrange Ubuntu's face yourself. However, since Mint already did it, why bodduh? Its up to you. It will be a learning experience but not easy. I'm glad you got somethin werkin.