Hey, sorry for bothering again.
Couple years ago, when Linux was for me even newer world than it is now (not that I know anything practical about Linux) I installed Linux Ubuntu on a DVD. And tried to boot it up on my computer. So booted it up, purple background appeared, with Ubuntu's logo and lowercase "ubuntu" with 5 dots showing that it's loading. It restarted and all highlight was gone. What I mean is, the content was on the screen, but the flash, the light that is on screen, didn't "boot" up. I could hardly read what was on screen.
I am planning to order a laptop, but it has no operation system, I won't bump any single buck for NSA spy on my PC. So I thought, maybe I could burn Linux Ubuntu on DVD and install it on the "empty" laptop and start Linux Arch from there. But what if something goes wrong? What if screen won't work? What if keyboard won't work. Then I'll be left with pretty powerful laptop, without operating system, which is useless. Are there any drivers that I could burn next to
.iso file, to ensure that everything will work?