Hp pavilion x2 (again)

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  • Dondre Johnson

    It can be the processor. It may not be compatible with CloudReady. Which processor did x2 have, and the other laptops? I may be able to help.

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  • Forrest Smith

    You may need ot boot in UEFI mode - maybe even specify the boot path

     

    [Your USB] > efi > boot > bootx64.efi

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  • Enrico Fermi

    Tried UEFI and bootx64. Maybe it really is the problem with processor. x2's processor is atom. Other one was not mine so I don't know

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  • Forrest Smith

    Try selecting not bootx64, but bootia32

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  • Enrico Fermi

    Also done that.. Changed my USB, re-imaging, srsly every thing that I thought it might be work that i saw on forum, it's already done.. Something new or Guess I should just give up.. Thanks for your time Sir

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  • Forrest Smith

    Sounds like a graphics issue, ultimately. I'd encourage you to come back and check v51 when we release later in July.

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  • Enrico Fermi

    That's relief to me! I will certainly wait for that. If you can, mail me when the next update comes out, I'm a student so I don't have much time for checking out right now.

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  • Kristoffer kortsen

    I also have this exact hp x2 mini laptop convirtible. Has anyone actually got chromium onto this device?
    I have a few other old laptops (dell and samsung) that I'm running cloudready on, but can't get it going on this one...

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  • diego de brasi

    is there any news?

     

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  • Forrest Smith

    We've made massive improvements to driver support for modern chipsets and for tablet functionality since this thread was started 3+ years ago.

    I would recommend just giving it a shot with the 64bit installer.

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  • Kristoffer kortsen

    @forrest smith: just wasted another few hours trying again, nothing has changed...

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  • Effendi Lai

    I had the same problem with HP X2. Managed to recolved it by going to bios (F10 during bootup)

    Then in boot setting, disable secure boot

    You should be able to boot cloudready from usb after that.

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