Installed from USB Stick. Now Getting "Reset System" Errors

Rick-B-LA

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Hello,

Trying to get away from Microsoft so I downloaded Ubuntu to a USB stick. The install seemed to go fine but when I restarted my computer (Acer Aspire ES1) I get a "Reset System" message in the upper left corner, and then it tries to reload again. This goes on indefinitely until I hit F12 and boot once again from the stick. Besides being an inconvenience to carry the USB everywhere I go, it also re-installs Ubuntu and resets all my previous settings.

I thought it might have something to do with the files I downloaded, but they were verified, and the exact same thing happened when I tried to install Mint.

Essentially, I want to boot from my HD. Thanks in advance. Rick B.
 


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"Now, when you restart and remove your USB stick as prompted, you are likely to see your laptop stuck into a reboot loop with the “Acer” logo and a glimpse of an error message that reads something like:

System BootOrder not found. Initializing defaults.

Creating boot entry “Boot0006” with label “ubuntu” for file “\EFI\ubuntu\shimx64.efi”

Reset system"

 

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That is what I had to do on my Acer Aspire E5-575G it also work by setting BIOS To Legacy
 
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TADA! That was the answer. Took a little work and a couple of tries, but got it. Thank you so much for the quick responses!
 
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