I can't install Arch Linux, because my graphic card is nothing displaying and her cooler begins to rotate.
I found the issue.The GTX460 graphics card was causing the problem. I replaced her with a Nvidia 1050Ti from Zotac.I also changed a lot of Bios settings but Ithink the card was causing the problem. So redfurys comment was correct.
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Have you any image on your display? Or you have "No Signal" warning?
my graphic card is nothing displaying and her cooler begins to rotate.
It is not about Arch Linux.
You have a hardware problem. Maybe your GPU is faulty or incompatible with your motherboard.
We need your FULL system specifications.
I don't think that Arch Linux is even a supported Linux distro.
I can't use ANY Linux Distro. With THIS problem.
Does the card require a power connection ? If so, have you connected the power connectors ?
Does your PSU meet the minimum requirements ?
If yes to both questions, then you probably have a bad card.
I have the same Problem Win 10 is installing without problems. Arch Linux and Fedora Linux bootable usb-sticks just are able to load the kernel and the image then a white error message with something about udev devices ^^îs displaying (not sure). My Hardware: Thread 1950X, X399TaiChi, 4x8GB Corsair 3333, 2 x PCI-E nVmssds from WD. Bios settings: UEFI-defaults. I had kind a like problem as I was one of the first to install a pentium pro cpu. There you had to set some hîdden settings...
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