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After it reaches 100% when loading into memory, it stays like this forever. Anyone knows the fix? Was told by support to visit an exam center as they don't know the solution
This is with the old ISO and secure boot disabled. I use AMD CPU and ASUS motherboard
It has nothing to do with Secure Boot. It is a compatibility issue often seen on AMD Ryzen CPU and some discrete Video cards, on newer chipsets.
Just like in the Wintel world. Windows 7 cannot be installed on brand new laptops and Windows 11 on some older ones. People use variety od computers of different type and age. Redhat is doing all they can to make the ISO most compatible. It will never be perfect. Cannot be. I believe the support for your hardware will be added in some future releases of the ISO. For now, the only way is using some older and mainstream type of computer or attending the exam center. You may please contact tech support and share your actual configuration with them. Thank you
I am sure no one from RH will comment the content of any exam here and you should not too. People have equal conditions, they will come across challenges and it is up to them how they decide to solve them during the exam
After downloading the rhrexboot.iso, the md5sum does not match the documented 0dd72ac558fc1afbf0c0e1fa4b366f10. I tried the download several times.
Using dd to write it to an 32 GB USB stick, does not give a bootable device with Secure Boot enabled.
Should I disable Secure Boot?
The checksum in the PDF is not valid. The correct one is:
Yes, Secure boot has to be disabled in order to boot this ISO
We are not permitted to have external disk on our work laptops - please advise if we can just use an allocated folder in the c drive for this requirement?
work laptops have restrictions and you may not be abe to boot to Exam environment successfully. It is advisable to use your personal laptop for Exam. It is mandatory to have an external USB drive (2.0 or higher with at least 8 GB capacity) to select as boot option and load to Exam environment.
Hi Anitha I have a Chromebook - will that suffice? I notice there is no O/S requirement just hardware requirements for the exam.
All desktop or tower computers used for remote exams must sit either on top of the desk being used or in a place that allows a full 360 degree scan of the computer.