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Ah! I forgot to answer this, didn't I? Some digging told me that other people with my laptop model (Asus U46E) had this same problem, so chances are it's simply that it isn't compatible with the hardwar. However, there is a workaround. All you need to do is add the noapic command to the kernel. To do this, press "e" in the GRUB menu and find the line that starts with "linux". At the very end of that line, add a space and type "noapic". Once you've done that, it should boot fine!