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Old 11-20-2017, 12:49 PM   #1
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First time Linux user ChaletOs problems


I am a first time Linux user and poster to this forum. I have installed Linux before and dual booted older versions of windows. I have not done this in a few years. So I tried to do what I did last time with ubunutu I am trying to dual boot chaletos. I created a partition in windows, made an iso burn of chaletos 64bit on a USB. I tried booting and I got some sort of "pcie error severity corrected" and after a minute or two the system shutdown. What do I need to do? I am a Linux noobie so detailed answers in toddle language are appreciated.

My system specs are:

Intel i7 7700k 5.1ghertz
Asus maximus code is
16 gig ddr4 Corsair vengeance 2133mhz
Gigabyte gtx 1080
Samsung 960 pro 500gb
Samsung 850 Evo TB. (I made a partition on here)
3x WD blue TB HDD
Old 11-21-2017, 10:10 AM   #2
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PCIe error corrected means your mainboard does not work as expected.


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