Xorg: No screens found. Lubuntu liveUSB on netbook
I'm trying to set up a lightweight distro on a small Pacard Bell 10'' netbook because it runs extremely slow with it's pre-installed Windows 7. So i went for Lubuntu as I'm most familiar with Debian systems, and planning to dual-boot it with Windows.
Anyway, I can't get the Xserver to start. It falls back to the command promt, and when i try sartx it gives me the error "no screens found"
I've tried fixvesa -command not found
dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg : Does nothing
xorg -configure : Number of created screens does not match number of devices (Or something similar)
There is also no xorg.conf file in /etc/X11 or /usr/share
I've ben told that there is no need for the config file anyway, if the kernel is using KMS, which I've also heard is required for Intel graphics to work -Which this computer has.
I've been googling for days now, but I'm unable to find a working solution, and I'm not going to install this on the computer if I can't even get the liveUSB to work.
Oh, almost forgot, I've also tried the same USB on another laptop. This is an Acer laptop, also with Intel graphics, and it's working on that one.