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Question Solved Pop OS 18.04 wont install - Says Hardware Error

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Hi!

I am trying to install Pop OS 18.04 with NVIDIA ISO (as i have NVIDIA GPU) but i get error when i try to install it. I attached the installer log bellow so there are the actions i tried to do.

How can i resolve this? Any help is valuable!
 

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Aco_V1

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I have secure boot turned off. Let me check real quick if legacy boot is off
 

Aco_V1

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So i discovered that in order to install in UEFI mode, you have to boot the USB as a UEFI device. Not a regular device. Legacy boot was off as well, so that boils down to booting as UEFI device.

That solved my problems.

Thank you for assistance! Keep up the good work!:)
 

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