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Toshiba satellite and linux

I have linux on usb , it will boot from usb and almost load ubuntu but then the loading screen goes black and then back to loading screen never to see the desktop. and once that happens i have to restart. so am i missing some sort of driver or configuration on my toshiba sat. a135s4527 with vista?
if anyone can help me get linux to load i would appreciate it thanks

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Check this out, this is a complete guide booting Ubuntu from a USB, you can find it here.

Hope this helps.

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