Try Ubuntu Without Installing Macbook 2011 8.2

I am in the middle of trying to resolve the dreaded Radeon issue with the 2011 Macbook pro. I have created a bootable USB stick with everything I should need to eventually disable the Radeon GPU ahead of removing a sensor to complete the job. I am using the ubuntu-16.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso

There a couple of modifications to the created stick, with a new grub.cfg file to replace the existing one and the addition of a Radeondisable.sh file in the root of the stick to disable the GPU

When I boot into the stick, I select Try Ubuntu Without Installing, but it sits at a black screen and does nothing. Mine doesn’t look exactly like images I have seen, with a * appearing before the words Try Ubuntu……

Any help gladly accepted

By the way, I have already seen to type e after selecting Try Ubuntu…… but nothing happens when I do that; no possibly to edit at that point

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iMac 27″ from 2011, OS El Capitain 10.11.6. Tried to increase screen contrast in Accessibility pref. pane, but instead got almost no contrast and very light colors! Can hardly see the grid in Excel and it is even worse in the Calendar app where there are no visible lines separating the dates. Under Display Profiles for this Display there are 2 named iMac. I can see that they are not identical.One says iMac-48812E13-8A483-7A3C-C675A9008885.icc, the otheriMac-00000610-0000-A007-0000-00000428001C0.icc Which one should I use and how do I select it? Anyone knows how to get the previous setting back?

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A VPN has been set up for me, which allows the RDP to work. However, the company only has three VPN licences at present and thus this represents a limitation.

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I have a mid 2011 iMac, 27-inch. The graphics card has failed, and causes the computer to randomly crash. This is a known issue, but it didn’t fail in time for Apple’s replacement program. But I digress…

I’d like to install Ubuntu on it and disable the broken AMD graphics card so I can use the integrated Intel graphics. The output of

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I don’t want to apply for an ESTA until I’m confident I will be able to travel to the USA. I’ve tried contacting the embassy but had no reply.