I'm just installed 5.4 on two boxes. Both Dells. One is a GX745 dont have any more specs now (is at work) and a GX280. The GX745's GUI loads fine. The GX280 doesn't seem to load or t... [by mrazekt2002]
on 02/10/2010 – Made popular on 02/10/2010
The installation goes fine. But when i boot up, i get a blank screen. I can get by this by closing the laptop and then opening it. So it seems to just be the boot up proccess. I had the same problem with loading the live cd. My laptop has a haswell a processor. It's the i5-4200u.
Next off is the touchscreen. It loads up sometimes. and other times it won't work at all.
It just gets stuck on the first screen (the one that tells me if there is enough disc space, if the power is on, and if there is Internet connection), and doesn't go forward (if it doesn't get stuck on that screen, it freezes on the next one, the one to choose an AP).
The computer is a Compaq Presario C700 with ubuntu 12.04 LTS installed.
I recently installed Linux Mint 13 KDE but it's not working fine. At first I had to use failsafe mode to boot because normal boot takes to a textual login.
If I use normal boot and text login I'm not able to run KDE nor with kdm start neither with startx.
kdm says that's already running. Instead X is not able to run because can't connect Xserver to display.
tl;dr - I have 4 devices sharing 1 IRQ. Is this bad and how do I tell the BIOS to stop it?
I have an old Dell GX280 dual Pentium 4 that I (semi) resurrected last weekend with an installation of Ubuntu 12.04. Everything was going fine the first several hours until a problem that plagued me when WinXP was on that machine happened -- it froze. Completely froze.
I have a basic CentOS server running Apache that I use for website development and testing.
Looking at Chrome dev tools, I can see that it's the recently changed file that