ROSA ImageWriter is a program for writing ROSA installation image to a flash disk.
apollokillers1 wrote:about the secure boot,was first time enabled,the grub was loading fine and in the boot was showin ok debian,i did it with that disabled and i got in the same thing,nothing changed,the first hdd,(sda) it is a ssd and i have the windows 10 installed on that 1,as uefi install,the second hdd is a hdd of 2 tb,be4 i installed the Debian,i had it completly empty,even without format it and without creating a partition,i let linux do that,i didn't chosed the sda efi partition coz linux did recognised it,so i just made the ext4 partition and the swap partition,nothing else,the 3rd hdd,is a hdd of 1 tb that only it has a ntfs partition on it,i have my stuff on that,so...with what else can i help ?
In case of problems, please check the FAQ about Debian CDs.
apollokillers1 wrote:well,i've tried 10 times already to make it load,but nothing,no luck at all,all run and install normal,it reboots and grub appear,the linux starts....i see there the 2 lines : to wait and the next 1 with the files and blocks line,there is where it gets stuck,
apollokillers1 wrote:i tried to reboot and start again...i get a few more lines that something was not well unmounted and is trying to clean some dirty things,no idea...i couldn'make it run at all
apollokillers1 wrote:i have an i5,uefi boot pc with 3 gpt hdds,8 gb ram,gforce gtx 750 ti and only windows on the first hdd,
apollokillers1 wrote:what i used to install first time was the netinstaller,after the fifth try,i got the dvd iso,both put on a usb stick,burned with rosa imagewriter,so,is there any way to make the linux start up ?
both isos that i used were taken from the official page of Debian website
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