djemos wrote:At the Grub launch menu, type 'e' when the desired line is selected.
Go to the end of the command line that contains 'linux etc....'
Add a space and this acpi=off
Then hit 'CTRL' + 'X' to launch the boot process
There's also a menuentry to add custom parameters in the bootoptions menu to make it easier for users not familiar with grub. Add there the parameter acpi=off
Check to see if this solves your problem.
Thanks! I could not make it work. I now strongly suspect the issue is somewhat temperature
related. See my post now under Live CD.