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Why Macbook Air won't open after installation

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By Gryzer, Junior Member on 4th October 2019, 03:36 PM
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MacBook air late 2008 model PC Bliss OS v11.10 64 bit uefi installation I do not open, black screen on the console # menu remains.

Ubuntu 19.04 version of Macbook air 2008 works very well.
This PC is also running Remix OS 3 installation. Remix OS is up to Android 6, I don't like android 6. I want him to install Android 9 for Bliss OS.

Remix OS dual boot UEFI as I did the installation.
I changed the boot menu to DATA = INSTALL = 1 DPI = XXX.

What should I do if I want to install Bliss OS?
My opinion is that the Nvidia Video card does not come with relevant display.

Codename: MacBook Air.
Processor Speed: 1,6 GHz (Late-2008); 1.86 GHz, 120 GB of storage (Late-2008); 1.86 GHz, 128 GB of storage (Mid-2009); 2.13 GHz (Mid-2009).
Boost Speed: N/A.
Processor Architecture: 64-bit.
Processor type: Air Core 2 Duo (SL9300, SL9400, SL9600) “Penryn” (original).
Processor upgrade: soldered.
Cores: 2.
Graphics core: Yes.
On-Board RAM: 2 GB, DDR3 1066 MHz.
Max. RAM: non-upgradeable.
Display: Retina 13.3-inch, LED-backlit TFT active matrix IPS, 16:10 widescreen, 1280 x 800 pixels max resolution.
Webcam: iSight, 640 × 480 resolution.
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics with 256 MB of shared DDR3 memory and Micro-DVI output.
Storage: 120 GB or 128 GB SSD.
Fusion Drive: No.
Input\Output: USB 2.0, analog audio out and Mini DisplayPort video out.
Power Connector: MagSafe.
Battery: inbuilt lithium-ion polymer, 37-watt-hour (Late 2008 version) or 40-watt-hour (Mid-2009 version).
Internet \ Wireless connection: inbuilt AirPort Extreme (802.11a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR.
Preinstalled OS: 10.5.1 (9B2324).
OS max. upgrade: X 10.7.5 or X.10.11.x
Dimensions: .16-.76 x 12.8 x 8.94 inch.
Weight: 3 lb.
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