I’m trying to install Mint in parallel with Win10. I’ve allocated a 1TB partition on my HD in anticipation.
I downloaded the ISO file (Cinnamon 64) and created a bootable USB drive. I’m following the advice in the It’s Foss 'How to boot Linux Mint and Windows 10 [Beginner’s Guide].
Everything works up to the point of booting from the USB drive. The boot starts and I get the LM logo but then I get a floating rectangle with the message that input is not supported. I left it for a couple of minutes but no more happens. My Windows is 64 bit. Should I try Cinnamon 32 bit?
Thanks in anticipation