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iAtkos L2 installation - laptop turns off

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I'm attempting to install iAtkos L2 on my Samsung NP-R530, but it seems to power down the laptop during installation. The charger is plugged in so I can't imagine it's a power issue - it literally just cuts off.

After trying again I'd seen it had just got to '6 minutes left' as it shut off.


I have a Pentium dual core processor with 3gb ram.


Any clues as to the problem and/or a fix?

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Ah, my apologies. I've attached the verbose log. I'm just going to try a minimum install, too.


I've just installed successfully without any extra items selected. I need to reinstall though as neither my mouse or keyboard work.

I guess it's one of the drivers I selected. Ill try again with just PS/2 selected.

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Quick update..

I reinstalled with only the Laptop Battery and PS/2 drivers selected and it shut itself off with 3 minutes left.

Ill try again with only the PS/2 driver.

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It looks like it's the PS/2 driver killing it. The problem is I don't have a USB keyboard? Only a USB mouse, so I can't think of a way to get around it. I suppose the only solution is to buy a USB keyboard?

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I've just tried reinstalling again without the PS/2 driver, and the laptop shut itself off again.

I then tried again without the laptop battery driver, however with all the other drivers I would select (AppleHDA, AHCI, network drivers) and it shut off yet again.


Seems a little more random?

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