I am getting error on live booting kalilinux on lenovo ideapad gaming 3 ryzen 7 4800h

Surajp

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I recently bought my lenovo ideapad gaming 3 ryzen 7 4800h octacore. It came preinstalled with windows10 which had no problem booting but when I try to live boot kali linux it shows 2 errors

1- AMD-VI: unable to read write to iommu pref counter

2- problem loading X.509 certificate -65

I have already tried disabling secure boot
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Thankyou for your help in advance
 


f33dm3bits

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When you boot select the boot entry you want to boot from and press tab, then try adding iommu=soft and then press enter to boot.
 

Surajp

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When you boot select the boot entry you want to boot from and press tab, then try adding iommu=soft and then press enter to boot.
Thankyou for your reply
Doing this removed the first error but I am still getting this error

problem loading X.509 certificate -65

I have already disabled secure boot

How do I solve it
 

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Thankyou for your reply
Doing this removed the first error but I am still getting this error

problem loading X.509 certificate -65

I have already disabled secure boot

How do I solve it
Which iso are you using? Does it just show those errors when booting and then continue to boot or it doesn't continue when you get those errors? I read somewhere that someone solved the certificate problem by doing the following: "Reset Setup Mode ( this function is in Bios )" Otherwise since you are only live booting, you could just temporarily enable legacy bios boot and then see what happens.
 
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Surajp

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Which iso are you using? Does it just show those errors when booting and then continue to boot or it doesn't continue when you get those errors? I read somewhere that someone solved the certificate problem by doing the following: "Reset Setup Mode ( this function is in Bios )" Otherwise since you are only live booting, you could just temporarily enable legacy bios boot and then see what happens.
Thankyou
After enabling legacy bios boot mode it finally booted successfully but now in kali linux my touchpad is not working, it is working when I boot into windows but is not working in kali linux
I have checked mouse and touchpad settings to see if it is disabled but touchpad is already enabled
 
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