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Unable to boot iatkos l2 and ml2 on Lenovo G500 with i3 3110m and intel hd4000

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upendra

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I am having problem with initial boot of iatkos l2 and iatkos ml2.

I have burned both disks using TransMac inside windows 7

My computer configuration is 

 

Intel i3 3110m 2.4GHz

Intel HD4000

WD 500GB SATA III

Ram 2Gb 1600mhz

InsydeH2O bios with latest update 

 

I have enabled AHCI and Legacy boot 

 

iatkos l2 freezes screen after start and do not boot

and iatkos ml2 gives me error of Ebios read error error 0x01

 

i tried different boot flags but no use :(

Please help.



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redownload iatkos ml2, remake install usb, boot with -v, post screenshot where you have problems



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Upendra, could I ask you if you solved it? Could I also ask you if you can attach your modded bios?

I got the same laptop!

 

Thanks



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Hello

To install in this mobo isn't necessary modded Bios.

To many Insyde mobos is necessary patch kernel lapic

And EBios error is an DVD or HDD problem

Other thing: You need make a hack with retail installation, make a hack with distro is waste of time



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Thank you Pimentel! 

 

Unfortunately I'm interested in patching bios since I want to change wifi card and so I need to delete whitelist from bios.

 

Thank you for the advice of using retail install!



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Hello

You're welcome


But modded Bios is very dangerous, it alters the internal tables of the Bios. I would rather go without internal wifi than see my CPU "burn"...

If the problem is only wifi, i recommend you buy a wifi usb compatible and leaves intact the Bios.



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Ok, I ll follow your advice and I ll go with my edimax.

Thank you very much





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