Open up a terminal. Also... thank you so much, that really helped me your answer was straight and to the point, and it worked. Btw, I'm using Ubuntu 12.10. –bfootdav Jan 20 '13 at 18:12 your shift key was too late, or your box doesn't recognize your usb hid –RobotHumans Jan 20 '13 his comment is here
If your file was downloaded into the ~/Downloads/ folder by default, you can also extract and install from there, and afterwards you can remove the install files. And when you are done, just reboot: reboot Can't you make into the grub menu? To get the grub menu to show up, just short-press the SHIFT key several times after your bios POST messages (you might be able to see the Loading GRUB... If you don't have Internet access (you don't have direct ethernet access with dhcp, need wifi, etc.) you can't do this, but just do the first step and you should be https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1056539
For example, grub never shows up during the boot process it just goes straight to booting up. René said, in November 1st, 2009 at 11:29 am BTW: is it possible to install NVIDIA 190 drivers through EnvyNG? Thx, rhino Back to top #5 rhino1366 rhino1366 Topic Starter Banned 524 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:08:15 PM Posted 25 November 2009 - 01:28 AM Will an Ubuntu 9.10 CD
Also, I'm trying to get the computer's grub menu, not the one from the USB Live CD (which comes up fine). –bfootdav Jan 20 '13 at 18:41 Hitting the The advantages of using the Open Source drivers are that they are community supported and bugs can be fixed by the community programmers. Adv Reply April 9th, 2009 #3 markbuntu View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message I got Kukis in my aspire one! I need to press ESC when booting up, and it takes me to a console with 3 options on how to boot up an Ubuntu...
If reverting back to the original xorg.conf file does not work for whatever reason and you are stuck in the terminal, you can execute the following command: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg Back to top #14 rosiesdad rosiesdad Members 220 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:15 PM Posted 28 November 2009 - 03:08 PM I had this very issue a while back, I used Give it a few weeks and upgrade to Karmic Koala (10.04) when it comes out, and you will hopefully be pretty happy with the status of your video card in Linux. You may also need to add other sections to your xorg.conf file such as this example; Section "Monitor" Identifier "Monitor0" VendorName "Unknown" ModelName "STAC Electronics Sampo Tech.KM-800U" HorizSync 30.0 - 95.0
Edited by rhino1366, 25 November 2009 - 02:50 AM. When it asks you for a username and password, simply press enter for both (leave them blank). If the sound still doesnt work, go into a terminal window again and type: killall pulseaudio Then type: sudo alsa force-reload Enter your password, press enter. Not the answer you're looking for?
I was installing it several times (sometimes, in a row... Choose to install a fresh version of Windows XP and press F8 to accept the license. I also have a ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT, and am currently running Ubuntu 9.10. By my guesses, we should, somehow, access the right command line and enter the command to run a whole HDD formatting...
I was in real trouble (black screen and cursor) after changing my video card to a Radeon HD 3650, and your suggestion was a welcome lifesaver: sure, it's just a generic this content un saludo! +1 0 -1 Inicie sesión o regístrese para comentar +1 0 -1 Actualizaciones del driver de ati al estilo debian en Jaunty almursi Sáb, 13/03/2010 - 18:25 Hola a Abrimos un terminal y vamos a la ruta donde tengamos el archivo descargado; por ejemplo: cd /home/usuario/Descargas. Thx again, rhino Back to top #8 syscorpsecure syscorpsecure Members 118 posts OFFLINE Local time:01:15 PM Posted 25 November 2009 - 02:17 AM Glad to help.
Because the keyboard is frozen I am unable to switch consoles and uninstall the ATI drivers. Linux can't read windows partitions without special drivers. You will be asked for your password, enter it, it will take a few seconds then launch an installer. weblink The information below was written about pre-9.10 versions of Ubuntu, but can be analogous information for newer versions still applies: When you restart your machine you should be able to recover
it's really hard to do that when you have no display. Figures. Just ensure the live cd is for the same architecture as the installed system.
Page 1 of 3 123 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 24 Thread: How do I uninstall ATI Catalyst Driver? Jay on April 6, 2010 at 3:45 pm said: That's correct, Aaron. As have been mentioned before - I'm a very new to Linux / Linux distros / Ubuntu. Sanders View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage Just Give Me the Beans!
Join Date Apr 2008 Beans 4,377 DistroUbuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Re: How do I uninstall ATI Catalyst Driver? The method shown here is not foolproof. Vesa is for generic drivers. check over here Either in one of the terminal text editors or in the GUI (graphical user interface).
This is taken directly from the driver installer instructions at the ati web site: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownloa...5&lang=English Note: ATI recommends you uninstall the ATI Proprietary Linux Driver before installing a newer version. ...... The script will use the package manager to install the components of the graphics stack, with a short delay during the DKMS (Dynamic Kernel Module Support) installation. I just want to be able to play an HD video/move windows around w/o there being a TON of lag/crashing. Oh yes, I also need it to be assured, that all the hardware I've requested is applied into my "box".