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    I'll get straight to the point.

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    Dan Griffiths
    Pop!_Planet Founder

GPU problem encountered upon installation.

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Hello.

I use a HP ProDesk 600 G1 Tower running a Windows 7, 64 bit right now with the following specs:

Processor: Intel Core i5-4570 @3.20GHZ.
Memory size of 8GB.
Graphics card: XFX AMD RX570.

After burning Pop into a USB stick using Etcher and disabling both secure boot and fast boot then booting from the stick I get a window which has a count down of 10 seconds to boot, saying "Try Pop live or install", something like that. Afterwards screen goes black then a few grey lines drop before eventually coming to stop at the following line:

"fb0: switching to amdgpudrm from EFI VGA"

This line holds for about a 30 seconds then the screen goes black and eventually I would hear my graphics card's fans spinning at a very high speed for about 5 seconds then it stops, black screen still resumes while keyboard and mouse stop working for a few (no lights as if unplugged) before eventually starting to work again, but the screen is still black.
 

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