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I have a blank screen

When i install the graphics card drivers and reboot my computer my grub loader displays and my windows load screen displays but after the load screen goes away it stays black but i can hear windows loading.

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  • egregious Mar 20, 2008

    I had to go in and disable my on board video device. FIXED thanks anyway

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Glad you got it fixed. Next time something like this occurs, try searching the forum of your distro (or the Ubuntu forums as they seem to have just about every error ever listed in there) as you will usually find the answer faster.

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