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In BIOS mode, highlight ``Start Linux Mint`` and press :kbd:`Tab` to modify the boot options.
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Replace ``quiet splash`` with ``nomodeset`` and press :kbd:`Enter` to boot.
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Repeat this operation post-install in your grub boot menu and read :doc:`drivers` to install additional drivers.
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Other boot options
Translated by Jackie Lam on 2018-01-08
Reviewed by Will Peix on 2019-04-18
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If you still cannot boot try one of the following solutions:
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Try ``nouveau.noaccel=1`` instead of ``nomodeset``.
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After the installation, use :menuselection:`Advanced Options --> Recovery mode` from the boot menu and choose ``resume``.
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Install an older release
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If your computer has compatibility issues with the latest Linux Mint release, install a previous release from the same Linux Mint series.
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For instance, if you can't install Linux Mint 18.3 (which comes with a 4.10 kernel), install Linux Mint 18 (which comes with a 4.4 kernel) and upgrade to 18.3.
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Contributors to this translation: Jackie Lam, Will Peix.