@george1421 Okay so 19.1 seems to work great, on my desktop. The only thing I had to do different was change the permissions on the 19.1 folder since it locked it down to root but that was most likely from me running the terminal in “su” I’m guessing.
For some odd reason the laptop I’ve been using to test these does not want to boot it still and I am not sure why, it boots the Windows and Debian installers fine which is odd. It is plugged in with an ethernet cable the same as the desktop. I’m guessing this may have been giving me some of the issues in the past but I did double check on my desktop before posting and it was not going in my case.
I must be missing something in Mint 19 v2 but I’m not going to worry about it at this point since 19.1 is working great. I am doing the install right now and it so far is having no issues.
Thank you for all your help and if I figure out what the issue is with the laptop I’ll be sure to share in case anyone else happen to come across a similar issue.