There is a new Samsung computer. I'm trying to install kubuntu from disc on it. Since I was just getting blank screen, I searched internet and decided to disable fast bios etc. Eventually, accidentally I can get to a point where I'm shown an option to "install kubuntu". I click on it. I'm shown a few options which come from Bios. Some of them allow me to continue installing. I'm asked location etc... A some point I'm asked network. This doesn't make any sense at all. First let me install it. .. I continue one way or another, for example I'm asked user pw (is it the same as encryption pw; it doesn't say)... What happens at the end: A blue page with a white strip. I can type characters there, or click enter to turn the page into white color. But nothing happens. What can I do: nothing. Everything dead. ... This is extremely shameful thing. Previously I was able to install kuuntu with a few clicks , and in minutes. Now, new computers are intentionally(?) built as problematic devices; so only most expert people can install linux, and others have to use windows. ... And windows doesn't work either. Even if you don'tknow how to fix thisproblem, maybe you can explain why are things done so badly, incompatibly at this age. Intentionall or accidentally? What is the agenda. Why ask IP, to send pw's on network. Being angry doesn't fix the problem. Probably your answers won't ither. You will say technical things I can't understand. But pls ty to do your best.