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Boot your laptop, when the grub menu appears press e.

It will show a lot of text, look for the words quiet splash and add nomodeset between them. Like this: quiet nomodeset splash. Press F10 and it'll boot.

If this workedNow you need to make it permanent. To do so press Win+T (windows key), it will open a terminal window. Execute the following: sudo io.elementary.code /etc/default/grub

Then look for quiet splashgo into AppCenter and add nomodeset again. SaveInstall the file and closegraphic driver from the Updates tab. Write on terminalYou can also execute sudo updateubuntu-grubdrivers autoinstall andif you are done. Next boot it should work fineprefer working from the terminal.

Boot your laptop, when the grub menu appears press e.

It will show a lot of text, look for the words quiet splash and add nomodeset between them. Like this: quiet nomodeset splash. Press F10 and it'll boot.

If this worked you need to make it permanent. To do so press Win+T (windows key), it will open a terminal window. Execute the following: sudo io.elementary.code /etc/default/grub

Then look for quiet splash and add nomodeset again. Save the file and close. Write on terminal sudo update-grub and you are done. Next boot it should work fine.

Boot your laptop, when the grub menu appears press e.

It will show a lot of text, look for the words quiet splash and add nomodeset between them. Like this: quiet nomodeset splash. Press F10 and it'll boot.

Now you need to go into AppCenter and Install the graphic driver from the Updates tab. You can also execute sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall if you prefer working from the terminal.

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Boot your laptop, when the grub menu appears press e.

It will show a lot of text, look for the words quiet splash and add nomodeset between them. Like this: quiet nomodeset splash. Press F10 and it'll boot.

If this worked you need to make it permanent. To do so press Win+T (windows key), it will open a terminal window. Execute the following: sudo io.elementary.code /etc/default/grub

Then look for quiet splash and add nomodeset again. Save the file and close. Write on terminal sudo update-grub and you are done. Next boot it should work fine.