Laptop Turns off after the splash screen

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  • Bidwell Ely

    The question that occurs to me is, have you accessed the BIOS and made the USB the first priority?

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  • Tony Baloney

    Battery or Charger?

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  • Luis

    "have you accessed the BIOS and made the USB the first priority?"

    Not only that, I already deleted the Windows installation and the USB is the only bootable device. Also, as I said, I reached the splash screen that says "CloudReady".

    "Battery or Charger?"

    Both. First I though it was the battery's fault, but it also fails with the charger.

     

    Also, I borrowed another one (same model from a friend) and the problem persist. Is this machine unsupported?

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  • Bidwell Ely

    According to Neverware,

    We don't currently have your device in our database, but that doesn't mean it won't work!

    Forrest Smith and Ilya G  any suggestions?

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