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I resolved this problem with deleting efi folder, try this if nomodeset is not working


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I haven't tried a backup solution I liked using or really trusted. Clonezilla seems particularly counter intuitive IMO. When I thought "bootable" backup I thought a script that rsyncs to an external HDD, rsync the EFI partition to a small FAT32 partition and rsync the rest to a large EXT4 partition. It would just be an exact copy of the moment you last ran ...


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In my experience this kind of hang is due to a lack of GPU/video support. I'd say you need to boot into an un-accelerated 'safe' video mode and keep using it until you've run a full update (new kernel, new video drivers.) Press 'e' on the try elementary os option and add 'nomodeset' (without brackets) to the portion that says 'splash quiet". Install as ...


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I have run the same problem few times and I do not know a universal solution, because probably it has different reasons to occure. 1/ I recommend you to try the solution on Desktop takes forever to load after restart 2/ If it does not help,go into console login by pressing ctr+alt+F1 and after login there type sudo service lightdm restart and probably ...


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The elementary logo comes from the plymouth. Plymouth has different themes and it looks like you have changed the theme. In order to return to the elementary theme you have to type into terminal sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth and type the number of the /usr/share/plymouth/themes/elementary/elementary.plymouth theme in your list. after ...


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my guess is, if your BIOS date/time have suddenly become shifted by themselves, this might be due to the potential CMOS reset. If CMOS has been reset, this means that all your BIOS settings have been reset, including one that's usually called 'Secure Boot'. If that's the case, reboot your laptop, enter BIOS settings, find 'Secure Boot' setting, change it to ...


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Switch to a text console by pressing ctrl+alt+F1 then login and do full upgrades with apt update, apt upgrade and apt dist-upgrade. Then reboot and see if that helps.


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Can you try to boot using a parameter nomodeset. Select 'Try elementary os without installing' and press 'e' on you keyboard. Then edit the line containing quiet splash so it became quiet splash nomodeset --- and then Ctrl+x to boot with this parameter. There is a similar question here, so this one is a duplicate. You should avoid that.


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