Hi Brendan! It works, I can proceed to system now, but terminal
only, my WM (Enlightenment) cannot initialize. I think I can give
a try to some other WMs and check how it goes.
If setting nomodeset is the answer, there is a trick you can use in GRUB to set it before boot.
Apparently in GRUB, you:
1. Press e
2. Edit the linux ... line to add nomodeset as an option
3. Press ctrl X
I just found the instructions here https://duckduckgo.com/?q=grub+nomode+set
At least give that a go and report back if it works.