Installed ATI radeon driver - now Linux won't boot
I'm very new to Linux, I'm trying to ween myself off of Windows...
I have Mandriva One, kernal 2.6.something.
I have an ATI Radeon 9600 graphics card. Open GL was only running in emulated mode, (verrry slowly) so I downloaded this driver from ATI's website:
I installed it all ok, and ran the 'aticonfig --initial' command. I then restarted, but Mandriva will not boot. It goes through the whole bootup process (where you can press Esc for verbose), then the screen goes blank and it hangs. If I press ctrl-alt-del, the screen comes back and it goes through the shuts down process.
I guess I should really uninstall the ATI driver, but I don't know how to do this when I can't get into the GUI. I can get to the command prompt.
Any help much appreciated. Please don't assume I know anything - I've been finding Linux commands pretty confusing!!