I am enthusiastic about trying this OS ver 4.1.2. I couldn’t find my notebook in the HCL so I gave it a try after enabling virtualization in the BIOS. I haven’t find any other of the mentioned items in the guidelines to be configured in the BIOS. This notebook is a HP Pavilion M6-1076LA, AMD A10-4600M APU with Radeon HD graphics, born on year 2012, BIOS vendor Insyde and BIOS version F.36. It originally comes with a HDD with Windows 7, but it was replaced with a 240GB SSD with Windows 10. As I didn’t want to delete WIN10 yet, I initiated the installation from a USB stick and I was stopped at a black screen after some lines. I modified the option to do a verbose installation, including this: “options=console=vga efi=attr=uc” (without the inverted commas) and the installation finished correctly (only to mention that the message saying “unsupported hardware detected” showed up and I shrinked one of the big partitions of Win10). After the suggested reboot to start using Qubes, Win10 starts inmediately without any menu. I tried the repair option in the USB stick installation but it said it couldn’t find the installation on the SSD. Starting the installation again shows this 2 partitions, that if I remember well, were not there before: SDA6 as ext4 and SDA7 as Encrypted (LUKS).
Questions: Any ideas if this hardware will work with Qubes? Any solution you can propose for my actual Qubes installation?
I am willing to install it again in a new and totally empty SSD if necessary but only if nobody proves me that it won’t work because of the hardware