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Thread: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

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    Re: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

    I disabled the Intel chip in the BIOS so the machine always uses the AMD device.
    Honestly, PopOS works great for me so far, so I think will just keep on using it. Still, I would love to know how to do this. Trying to find an answer on HP support forum is a pain in the *ss, since they really don't want you to change anything.

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    Re: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

    Do you have the latest UEFI from HP.
    These said with an Omen that UEFI update then worked, where before it did not.

    HP OMEN 15-dh0 UEFI update
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2448563
    HP OMEN 15-ce0xx
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2407145 &
    http://martinsosic.com/linux/2015/03...n-hp-omen.html &
    https://jeanbruenn.info/2018/04/01/omen-hp-with-linux/
    HP UEFI boot order change with efibootmgr does not stick, but change in HP's UEFI does work
    For more info on UEFI boot install & repair - Regularly Updated :
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
    Please use Thread Tools above first post to change to [Solved] when/if answered completely.

  3. #13
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    Re: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

    Ah, but the thing is I don't even get error messages like those people. Installation simply stops when it detects Intel RST, which I have no way to change in BIOS settings, and doesn't let me countinue.

    But I will try to follow the instructions in the thread you linked later today.

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    Re: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

    After several days of searching on the internet, the answer I got from everywhere is that it is simply impossible to access the Advanced tab in consumer grade HP laptops without modifying the BIOS (and I don't want to risk ruining my laptop with that).

    I will mark this as solved, since using PopOS technically solves my problem. Thanks to everybody who tried to help me.

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    Re: New to Ubuntu and Linux - Trouble with installation due to Intel RST

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