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    Default Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    Hi I have a Compaq CQ41 216TU laptop. It has got an Intel Core i3 Processor, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 320 HDD and Windows 7 installed. For many days, I have been trying to install Linux on to my laptop, but failed. I tried installing Ubuntu, OpenSuSe, Fedora for x86_x64, but whenever I boot up my laptop using the DVD drive, it shows the boot screen of the distibution. But on entering the install mode, the screen become black, and the process doesn't continue further, and hence no installation. It happens for every distribution. I tried with the Live CD, still the same black screen problem. I am helpless.
    Can anyone help me out, in installing Linux on to my Laptop???
    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    try some other cd or maybe you can download it from the net and try installing through the pen drive tell me if dis works

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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    I have downloaded all the distributions from the internet itself. And moreover installing from CD / DVD / Pen Drive will make no difference, as the source files will be the same, for CD, DVD, as well as the pen drive installation.

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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    this is strange!!, try choosing noprobe option
    If you really wanna think, try to think from Atom to Universe!!

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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    ok...so ur screen goes black with all installation??? generally this problem arises because of non compatible hard disk or ram.

    i had this problem with my hcl laptop...need some kind of drivers.

    you can do one thing...try installing Debian gnu. and don't download this from net, rather try to get cd from book stall...

    lets see what happens.. hope this will work..

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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    It goes black with each installation. I tried installing Debian Linux from Windows, using the Windows Installer. And unfortunately, it also failed.

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    ok... there might be a possibility that ur disk is dynamic....
    check out whether the disk is dynamic or not.....
    Linux system do not supports dynamic disk....
    if it's so u need to convert ur disk to basic n then install win7 n linux...
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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    Well.....as said by others I would recommend to install it from pen drive if you lappy supports booting from USB. Use Unetbootin, you can convert any iso to liveusb through it.
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    Lemme tell you that I understand .. coz I have experienced similar problem

    http://bhanuvrat.blog.co.in/2010/04/...o-1450-laptop/

    its a problem with udev .. I am working on finding a cure but for the time being options like

    Code:
    acpi=noacpi
    nolapic
    noapic
    pci=noacpi
    when appended to grub, seem to temporarily resolve the problem.
    The acpi=noacpi used to disable battery meter etc.
    I then contacted Raabo (ed digit) who came up with pci=noacpi, and this one is working fine.

    When the grub menu is displayed, press 'e' on the menu entry you want to edit then again 'e' on the line which gives details about the kernel i.e starting with root or something and append the option acpi=noacpi to the line, press enter and then 'b' for booting the slected option.

    Hope this helps
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    Default Re: Installing Linux on Laptop with Intel Core i3 Processor

    press f6 at the welcome screen and choose acpi= noacpi and then start your installation.

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