Aye, there's no onboard graphics, there's compatibility with VGA or some sort 
of pass through for boot and BIOS, not sure.

But anyway, tried 3.2 and that worked fine! So at least I can learn a bit about 
Qubes before having to re-install for 4 final.

All the best

On Friday, 23 February 2018 02:24:44 UTC, awokd  wrote:
> On Thu, February 22, 2018 1:39 pm, CMaurice wrote:
> > So, having exhausted other options as far as I could tell, followed the
> > instructions for installing over VNC, which went ok.
> >
> > Legacy boot elected in BIOS for hd and for USB media at install.
> >
> >
> > But on boot without nomodeset and no i915 entry went quickly to a reboot
> >
> >
> > Log nomodeset.out attached.
> >
> >
> > Booting without nomodeset and with modprobe.blacklist=nouveau in place of
> > the i915 entry failed at '[OK] Started Accounts Service' (logs dmesg.txt,
> > Xorg.9.log attached).
> >
> >
> >
> > I'd be grateful for ideas on how to proceed, even perhaps alternate
> > graphics card suggestions.
> Saw in your other email this is Qubes 4.0rc4. Looks like you've tried all
> the basic steps and then some. Does this laptop have a way to use Intel
> integrated graphics? If so, check
> https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/intel-igfx-troubleshooting/ for the command
> line option to enable that driver.
> Nvidia and Linux generally don't work well together, and I don't have any
> of their hardware so don't have much insight there. AMD RX580s and earlier
> (maybe newer too but not a lot of data) work pretty well with Qubes, as
> does Intel video (usually).

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