Hello. I am completely new to Fedora and today I got a new computer where I would like to install Fedora on. I used getfedora.org to create a bootable USB stick. When I boot from it I can see some readable messages but soon it gets scrambled and becomes unreadable.
I can’t tell if there is a message waiting for a response or so.
After reading some posts I think it could be doing something with the grafics card installed? Its a NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060
Is there anything I can do? Any help apreciated!
If your’ve more than one display, try to disconnect all, but one. I’d such toubles with Gentoo minimal install disc on a laptop.
There is only one display connected via HDMI.
Welcome to the Fedora Community. There should be an option to boot/install Fedora without graphics (check the grub menu … or is it with minimal graphics?). After installation, you can update Fedora then tackle on the graphics. That route has worked for some people.
that way seems to be working. I’m installing the base system now and try to get the graphics card working later on.
Got it working
using mainly the steps described here:
Now it’s time to get familiar with Fedora - never used it bevor!
That’s good news. Please refer to this guide instead of other posts on the internet. It is the community supported way of installing Nvidia drivers:
Also, please mark the correct post as the solution. If you’ve not had a chance to do so yet, you may want to check out the introductory posts in the #start-here category. They will explain how the forum is designed to be used
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