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Old 10-17-2015, 04:12 PM   #1
Blshell
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Hi. Please help me with this. I have tried to install Arch begin completely new in Linux and failed. After reboot, my notebook show me BIOS problemas (my computer turn on but the screen dont load any image). What I did was reset the BIOS and that work. The problemas that I have now are this:

1.-The instalation of Antergos freeze before reboot and in ubuntu I have problem after logging to my user (it just make a noise and send me back again to put my user and pass)

2.-Even removing the hdd I have some loop device with "arch" roots and some block device in /device/mapper/arch_linux-imge or something.

3.-It doesnt recognise my original hdd. I am doing this with another one.

BLSBLSBLS HELME WITH THIS ;____;
 
Old 10-19-2015, 12:22 PM   #2
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Hi. Please help me with this. I have tried to install Arch begin completely new in Linux and failed. After reboot, my notebook show me BIOS problemas (my computer turn on but the screen dont load any image). What I did was reset the BIOS and that work. The problemas that I have now are this:

1.-The instalation of Antergos freeze before reboot and in ubuntu I have problem after logging to my user (it just make a noise and send me back again to put my user and pass)

2.-Even removing the hdd I have some loop device with "arch" roots and some block device in /device/mapper/arch_linux-imge or something.

3.-It doesnt recognise my original hdd. I am doing this with another one.

BLSBLSBLS HELME WITH THIS ;____;
First, you need to read the LQ Rules and the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature. Text speak isn't a good thing to use, nor is all caps when typing. Also, you've not provided much in the way of details here, and your post is confusing.
  • You mention Arch..then mention Antergos and Ubuntu. Which is it?
  • You mention an original HDDa new hard drive, and "another one"...again, which is it?
  • Are these new installations or old? How many OS'es are you using/loading/trying?
  • Were you dual booting?
If these are new installations, then stop where you are. Go back, pick ONE OS to start with, and install it fresh, formatting your hard drive. Get one installed and working, then proceed with others.
 
  


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