In your first screenshot at the bottom of the screen you have a text box labeled "boot options"; by defualt it is hidden, but it becomes displayed when you access the menus as shown in the image.
After getting this box to display, select the first PCLOS boot option with the arrow keys, and then delete everything in the boot options box after splash=
Now modify this line so that it says:
..and press the enter key and let it boot. If all goes well you will get to a text login prompt and you can try the directions in my earlier post. Otherwise, post back and let me know what happens (screenshots are helpful!
that last screen shot shows the single user console mode (init 1).. no login needed. from that prompt, try entering
..to reboot cleanly, and repeat the steps above. What seems to happen for me is that udev seems to pick up a little more hardware with each clean
reboot (..and throws out previous hardware detection with unclean reboots / hard resets). ..in order to avoid having to hard reset the machine we use the limited init level 1 or 3 boot sequence followed by init 6 to restart untill hardware is properly detected.
Once we have good basic hardware detection we can (hopefully) boot normally (..or at least begin to work on video config, etc)