I just want to tell my sad story.
With the acquisition of a new hard-system, I decided to time the fulfillment of two my desires. First, get a Mini-ITX hard-system. Therefore, it became this:
ASUS ROG STRIX B560-I GAMING WIFI
One plank Crucial DDR4 32GB 3600MHz Ballistix
Second, migrate to Linux. What is more, on CL, because I thought that Linux from Intel would work better with Intel products. Therefore, I tried to start live-usb CL Server 34500. But the screen only blinked for a split of second with the output that is quite usual for this case:
 mce: [Hardware Error]: CPU 0: Machine Check: 0 Bank 6: ********
 mce: [Hardware Error]: TSC 0 ADDR ****** MISC ********
 mce: [Hardware Error]: PROCESSOR 0: ****** TIME: ******** SOCKET 0 APIC 0 microcode e0
 ACPI BIOS Error (bug): Failure creating named object [_SB.PCIO.PEG1._PRT], AE_ALREADY_EXISTS (/dswload2-326)
 ACPI Error: AE_ALREADY_EXISTS, During name lookup/catalog (*******/psobject-220)
after which the computer did not stops as such, but stopped sending a signal to the monitor. The half-hour wait did nothing. With the Desktop version happened the same. Neither updating the BIOS, nor disabling Fast/Secure Boot, did change anything.
I had a live-usb Debian 10.* Standard, a live-image run in text mode. It started up. But the gnome-versions of both this Debian release and the newest release, as well as the latest Debian release with the third version kernel, gave the same unfortunate result as CL.
I even doubted the functionality of my hard-system. But Windows 10 installed and worked without problems.
While I was experimenting, there was a new CL release and I tried again. With the same effect. Then I, on good advice, removed “quiet” from the boot parameters and added “nomodeset”. Oh, miracle! - as a result of many lines and fading after the audiojacks definition, from which the process was possible to wake up only by pressing Enter, the prompt line appeared.
I tried to install CL. But at the Select Installation Media stage, only the Destructive Installation mode was activated. It was impossible to activate other modes. But I needed the Advanced Installation mode.
Then I got insolent and entered “startx”. Oh, the second miracle! The gnome started up. True, in a very truncated and simplified appearance. The sidebar was missing, the top bar was gray, and instead of the Activities label, there were two other shortcuts Application and Places. Some applications were missing and others didn’t work. For example, there was nothing to open the Places shortcuts. And there was no CL installer shortcut. But there was a mention of it in the application Applications (sorry for the tautology). That is, the application seemed to be there, but it was impossible to run it.
I took the nerve again and wrote “sudo clr-installer-gui”. Oh, the third miracle! The application has started. And there, as I expected, any installation mode could be activated. Luckily DParted worked too and I installed CL as I wanted. But alas! Installed CL worked the same as the live image: no boot - change of parameters - startx - trimmed gnome.
There were only two ways to check the principal my hard-system compatibility with *nix. Either Ubuntu, which is the most popular and heavily supported, or NetBSD, which is said to run on anything that moves.
A fresh gnome version of Ubuntu live launched, installed, and work. But that’s not what I wanted. Hopefully CL gets the same ability and I can install it.