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Display problem in linux

I have been using D101Ggc mother board for over the past 18 months and when ever i tried to install any linux( mandriva, fedora, open suse,........)the installation is completing but after the reeboot, for the first time running the screen is getting turned off, no matter howmany reboots the problem is the same, hope some of u can suggest me a solution, i'm currently an under graduate aspiring for a bright carrer in computer sciences

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I have installed Ubuntu 7.10 and windows xp. So far didn't face this kind of problem. So don't think the problem is with the mother board.

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

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