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Again, look to the support fora for assistance in making that work. While you are in the Grub CLI, you can use it to test the variable setting, set them to other settings and to see what modes your video supports.-- instead changing For example, mine is an Intel core i5 cpu (i5 520M 2.40GHz) and BIOS is defaulted to the HD graphics and there are no BIOS options to change the default. vBulletin 2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. this contact form

For any forum-related issues, please contact the managing admin "Ooie". It didn't work. I have an AMD64 setup that has three different nvidia cards in it driving 6 monitors. It sounds like this bug report is essentially a dupe of that one. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/430919

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Search Forums Show Threads Some of the workarounds include using "i915modeset=0" and some "i815modeset=1" in the kernel boot line and going to /etc/default/grub to Andy Whitcroft wrote on 2010-12-02 as part of Launchpad Bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+s...x/+bug/683775: This has been resolved by allocating more memory by adding "vmalloc=192MB" to the kernel boot line.

You may have a kernel image problem, where you may have to reinstall the kernel image... See post 3 for notes on using these techniques with a LiveCD. Following are the details with regards to the attached /var/log/Xorg.0.log file. Log in / Register Ubuntuxorg-server package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers xserver cannot read V_BIOS of second graphics card Bug #430919 reported by Mark on 2009-09-16 This bug report is

Reboot and get into the grub menu, cursor to the main boot menu item. Just a word of warning though, the nouveau drivers tend to break frequently. Perhaps the newer -nvidia in maverick will give you better luck, or you could use one of the (unsupported) versions from nvidia's website. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1743535&page=130 Look at the kernel boot line again, below: Code: linux /boot/vmlinuz-3.16.0-28-generic root=UUID=32939def-1f4a-4134-9b56-bed2319a9216 ro quiet splash What we used to do to help display error messages was to remove the options in

Modes in Grub and where the linux kernel boots into // have a direct relationship to mode problems/successes when an Xorg Xsession starts. 2. instructions second half of post #3. (Note- that will display a warning on boot- saying that timeout cannot be set to '0'... If you then Code: echo $gfxmode it will most likely say "auto' which is the default. [/code] Then use Code: GRUB> vbeinfo to get the video modes as grub sees them The Grub menu does not usually display if Ubuntu is the only OS.

You can stop the graphical desktop manager (gdm or lightdm) service via Code: sudo service gdm stop Note-- Changes/Updates. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=167097 In a terminal: Code: cd/etc/default sudo gedit grub Edit the line "GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT". If the kernel didn't boot, check the displayed error messages. I've gone through and updated some of these posts to get them current.

It sets if in a resolution and mode that is close to something that it might be when the graphics layer starts up (Plymouth and X). weblink Configuring KMS KMS is enabled by default for the -intel, -ati, and -nouveau drivers. If not then look at the signature links of Leigh http://forums.fedoraforum.org/member.php?u=78273 notageek View Public Profile Find all posts by notageek #5 4th March 2009, 07:12 PM bob2 Offline Registered is that part of the punishment and if so when does it end?

Me too. i've tried pressing the shortcut keys you mention, none of them worked. Here is where a lot of the "blank screen" problems arise: If no setting is found in /etc/default/grub, Grub2 uses the resolution established in /etc/grub.d/00_header, which is set at default to http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-read/cannot-read-dc-bios-bin.html it gets stuck on "Stopping GNOME Display Manager." It seems to hang there, until I hit the enter key.

The comment above those > isn't accurate, so I wanted to correct it in case people were having the > same problem I was. Add your new options, for example: Code: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash video=VGA:[email protected] Now in a terminal run Code: sudo update-grub Now each time you update grub and in configures the files, it will Depending on the error, if it is a kernel error, you may be able to reinstall or renew the kernel image.

or a device driver/module problem.

Voodoo 3 rev 1, Mem @ 0xf8000000/33554432, 0xce000000/33554432, I/O @ 0x0000c800/256, BIOS @ 0x?/32768 (--) PCI:*(0:4:0:0) 10de:0393:0000:0000 nVidia Corporation G73 [GeForce 7300 GT] rev 161, Mem @ 0xfd000000/16777216, 00000000/268435456, 0xfc000000/16777216, I/O Just a thought. You can use grub as a jumping off-point- To test and see what graphical modes do work. Dont work in karmic Simon Perry (ubuntu-si-designs) wrote on 2010-01-13: #8 I can also confirm this behaviour on Karmic (Works fine under Hardy) 00:05.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation C51PV [GeForce

Join Date Jun 2007 Beans 208 Re: Graphics Resolution- Upgrade /Blank Screen after reboot Originally Posted by dugh Same here, none of the shortcuts (control-alt-f1 to get to text login) or Second, it's actually really helpful to know that you used tmxgta, so thank you for clarifying that.All the best,-HG "All errors are ᴘᴇʙᴋᴀᴄ errors—It's just a matter of narrowing down which I could never get the nvidia driver with 10.04 to be stable, X crashes were commonplace. his comment is here If you don't...

The current-- The "video=..." is kernel boot option tells the kernel KMS driver on what resolution and/or frequency to use. Tags: hardy jaunty needs-retested-on-lucid-by-june Edit Tag help Mark (mark-easterbrook) wrote on 2009-09-16: #1 xorg.conf Edit (1.5 KiB, text/plain) Mark (mark-easterbrook) wrote on 2009-09-16: #2 Xorg.0.log with nvidia card as primary Edit Some are also helpful later in just everyday kind of tasks. Ballpark salary equivalent today of "healthcare benefits" in the US?

Last edited by ewaller (2013-07-23 01:32:24) Nothing is too wonderful to be true, if it be consistent with the laws of nature -- Michael FaradayYou assume people are rational and influenced Am I correct in interpreting your answer that nouveau also does not support this configuration? If if stops at an error, you will be able to use the shortcut navigation cuts to review the errors. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize

This option is no longer there, preparing for systemd. Because it seems that Grub is not booting. What I do in my installs is to use the "try" option. You can then use that command as is or edit it to change.

This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. (II) "dbe" will be loaded. Another log to now check is var/log/kernel.log to see if vmap allocation is running out of memory on startup (look at the nvidia tips). What I last said adapted and translates to Code: set gfxmode=1024x768x16 load_video insmod gfxterm From the CLI you could use Code: GRUB> echo $linux_gfx_mode to see what the video mode it The first screen you will see is a black or purplish screen with an icon centered at the lower part of the screen.

i've tried pressing the shortcut keys you mention, none of them worked.