I’m trying to run Haiku on a Dell XPS 15 7590 laptop, but it only gets to the logo screen before freezing with no icons lit up (at which point all the USB ports lose data connection but not power, and the fans go to max speed). I’ve tried beta 3, beta 4 RC1, and some random nightlies, various different safe mode options (although maybe not the right ones), booting from both USB and the internal SSD (by copying files from the installation media to their own partition and adding a boot sequence entry for the EFI file), and per some similar issues in this forum, booting from the USB stick with it first in the boot sequence as well as from internal disk with no USB devices attached, as well as just waiting for half an hour, but the result is the same every time. I don’t really know what to look for in the bootloader’s log, but I can post some pictures of that if it would help.
Haiku boots fine from the same USB stick on the two other machines I tried, one of which is a Dell all-in-one with a very similar BIOS and fairly similar specs (which reminds me, the problematic laptop has 32GB of RAM instead of whatever it came with (16GB IIRC). could that be the issue?)
This isn’t a huge deal since I can use one of those other two machines that work fine, or a VM, but it would be nice to get native performance on my daily driver laptop