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Freeze on Boot Pop!_OS 20.04

zombiewafle

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Today I started my laptop as always, you know typing the password to decrypt my storage, but instead of boot like normally appears a services loading screen(that's what I think it is) , and it's stuck on Started Network Manager Script Dispatcher Service, then I tried to reboot it, and now it's stuck at Starting Network Manager Script Dispatcher Service, Started GNOME Display Manager. Thanks for the help and sorry, I'm new on Linux.
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BetaBhavya

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It might be because of your wifi-card or some other issue with you pcie port.
When booting into pop, press E when it says install pop or use it using live usb.
Find the line starting with linux and at the end of it add pci=nomsi and pcie_aspm=off

I hope I'm able to make you understand if not you're free to revert back!
 

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