Live USB of Lenovo ideapad u510 w/Fedora 19 black screen

I'm having trouble with a new lenovo ideapad u510. I try to install Fedora 19, using the Fedora Live USB image 19 xfce spin, the player starts correctly, but when you select the option to boot Fedora 19 Live, I get a screen that is gray with a cursor at the top left, then two error messages that look almost idential to other flash each, the Fedora logo starts to load , and then the screen turns white.

The part of the error message I got was '... ". managed to activate the AA (?) »

I tried to re - turn on the monitor by using the function key F9 and I tried to boot from DVD with the same result. Once the screen turns off, it remains this way until I force the machine to stop. Once I forced the closure, the computer, to turn her on, past on the screen empty again without even loading the lenovo BIOS screen. Even the "novo" button does not options for me.

My UEFI is set to Legacy / Legacy first, although the EFI setting is always Windows 8, with no other options. I looked through my settings on each tab of the BIOS and I can't find anything further to disable secure boot.

Can someone help me in installing Fedora?

For posterity:

http://www.ashwinraon.com/2012/08/how-to-solve-Ubuntu-blank-screen-boot/

http://AskUbuntu.com/questions/38780/how-do-i-set-nomodeset-after-ive-already-installed-Ubuntu

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