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Ubuntu Screen setup Problem

Just installed Ubuntu 8.04, I can't get my screen to work properly, I know there's nothing wrong with the screen, tried it on another computer.

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  • mikelogsdon May 11, 2010

    You may have to load the video drivers manually. Did the screen go blank after the install? Do you have another monitor to try on this machine to eliminate the possibilty of the video card being bad?

  • life4himsq May 11, 2010

    What kind of video card are you using? Is Ubuntu installed or are you using a live CD? Is it booting and going black?

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Alot of times the amount of ram can affect the boot....interestingly i had the same problem...now what my problem was is i was using an older computer...or so i thought....if you pop out the cmos battery..its the small button cell battery on the motherboard and replace it...it should work fine....worked for my hp pavillion and on my gateway 7330 laptop...good luck

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