I need your help in sorting out this installation issue.
I had installed Elementary OS successfully, where I gave the permission to allow download of third party software. This is because I need support for NVIDIA hardware for my laptop. My laptop specs are: HP Omen, Core i7, 16GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050. I am installing the OS on 128 GB SSD. Once the installation was complete, it asked me to restart. On restart I am getting the following errors and the laptop gets hanged for long periods of time. Similar behaviour is observed when I try to install Ubuntu LTS version.
After long hours of no activity, I had to restart the computer. On re-booting, it gave me an option to select "Try elementary OS" (the bootable USB is still plugged in). So I chose this option in search of some hope. This selection leaves me with a blank screen.
Moreover, when I removed my bootable USB and restarted my laptop, I was able to see the desktop screen but when I click on apps like Settings, or Calendar it gets hanged and then I will have to forcefully shut down using hardware keys. If I open a terminal or browser it is not hanging.
I am not able to help myself. Do help me fix this issue. If you need any more information, I will try my best to provide. Please share your thoughts. Thanks in advance
I repeated the entire process again. Installed the new OS by cleaning the entire disk, giving permission to install third party apps. After it said installation is complete, I removed the bootable USB and clicked on Restart Now. When it reboots, it gave usual errors, and then said "Please remove the installation medium, then press ENTER". So I did. Even on this occasion, it got stuck at
Synchronizing SCSI cache
After some time I just plugged the bootable USB again, and it went past that and now it is stuck at
Attached SCSI removable disk. I have no clue what his happening. Sharing the screen.