Hello, I need help. I boot the live CD just fine, until it gets to the desktop, and then it's chaos.
I have a Lenovo laptop, model 320, with an AMD 6-core CPU 7th gen AMD A12-9720P (I think that's the model number), and it's one of those where it also has an ATI Radeon R7 GPU on a couple of the cores or whatever.
I burned a few different XFCE Manjaro live CD ISO's (18.0.4, and some earlier versions in the 17's ) to USB via Rufus in Windows (mbr, gpt, etc), and they all work fine on other machines, so they are burned correctly.
I've changed the bios every different way regarding UEFI and Legacy and secure boot etc.
I've googled and also passed several kernel flags (involving amdgpu etc) when booting the live CD, and none make any difference whatsoever.
Basically what happens in that the live usb boots just fine. But when it finishes booting and loads the desktop, it's a mess.
The wallpaper doesn't load. The tray icons are all corrupt. The start menu is entirely transparent except for its border, anything on a panel doesn't respond to being clicked on, the touchpad sometimes works, any window you start (such as clicking on the installer icon on the desktop) brings up a window where you can only see the border and the contents of the window are transparent.
Also, sometimes you can click on something, which will bring up a clear window, click off to the side on the desktop, and then click back on the clear window and only then will it show the contents of the window. Then you click an icon in the now-visible window, then click again off to the side, then click back to the icon, and one mouse click will have registered. Via this way I was able to turn off XFCE's transparency, but it did nothing.
Screen shot attached. This screen shot doesn't really show all the chaos, just one example of how empty windows appear. Please help. Thanks!