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Originally Posted by devils casper Problem is not because of Graphics Card's driver. Have you tried nomodeset option in GRUB? Well I edit the /etc/default/grub and add nomodeset like this: ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by devils casper View Post
    Problem is not because of Graphics Card's driver. Have you tried nomodeset option in GRUB?
    Well I edit the /etc/default/grub and add nomodeset like this:
    GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="rd.md=0 rd.lvm=0 rd.dm=0 SYSFONT=True KEYTABLE=us rd.luks=0 LANG=en_US.UTF-8 rhgb quiet nomodeset"

    But after do that, when I'm working, my PC monitor had an image frozen on it and I had to reset my pc.

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     Well I edit the /etc/default/grub and add nomodeset like this:
    GRUB usually resides at /boot/grub/grub.conf. Are you sure yours is correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
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     Well I edit the /etc/default/grub and add nomodeset like this:
    GRUB usually resides at /boot/grub/grub.conf. Are you sure yours is correct?
    Well I quit the nomodeset from /etc/default/grub. I did that because I saw it here

    I don't have any file named grub.conf in /boot. I have a file grub.cong in /usr/share/anaconda/boot/grub.conf. What can I do?

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    Did you execute sudo update-grub command after editing /etc/default/grub file?
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