Hello! Have you tried to just do a fresh install of Mint, then reboot a couple of times (before you install anything like Crossover) to see if everything is OK? I've had booting problems with some versions of Linux and some specific hardware, but they were not Crossover related.
Hello! Have you tried to just do a fresh install of Mint, then
reboot a couple of times (before you install anything like
Crossover) to see if everything is OK? I've had booting problems
with some versions of Linux and some specific hardware, but they
were not Crossover related.
I did restart many times before installing CrossOver. I had the same problem with PlayonLinux which is also based on Wine.
I installed Mint as a virtual machine on Vmware Workstation v12.5.7.
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