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I am having a problem trying to install certain Linux. I have been able to successfuly install mandriva-linux-one-2010-spring-KDE4-europe1-americas-cdrom-i586, and can use Puppy from a USB flash. When I try to ...
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- 12-22-2010 #1
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- Dec 2010
can not install certain versions
When I try to install:
What I get is what is a start up screen jumbled up on all these versions. I wanted to post a link with a pic showing, but this is my first post, and am not allowed. I have burned ISO's to CD, DVD, and made bootable USB flash, all with the same result. The ubuntu 10.10 I have is a DVD from a Linux magazine. The others I downloaded. I have tried to install ubuntu with wubi with same results.
HP Pavillion dv6500 Notebook
AMD Turion 64 TL-58 1900 Mhz, 2 cores, 2 Logical Processors
Any ideas would be appreciated.
- 12-22-2010 #2
Sounds like it's probably a graphics problem. Ubuntu has a "safe graphics" mode which may help.
It could be something called Kernel Mode Setting. In any distro, edit the kernel boot line and append the option