I just tried running Ubuntu 13.04 off of a DVD. I immediately got an error message saying that there was an internal error. After I clicked ok, it seemed to run ok.
I just made a fresh install of Ubuntu 13.10 64 bit-on my computer. After installing the linux client through the ppa I started it up and everything worked fine, but when I clicked the play now button the small loading screen flashed and an error message popped up; the error message is blank. I'd know the situation better if I could read the error message. Maybe it's a graphical problem?
Ubuntu 14.04 on bootup only displays the background , no icons etc, but with a message "ubuntu 14.04 has an internal error" What is an internal error and how do I fix it please. Have tried recovery mode to no effect.
Been having issues lately with windows freezing (window dims). Several hard shotdowns needed past couple days. 12.04 worked flawlessly for about one year. Dell Studio XPS 1645. Other details in my signature.
Now the machine will not start. It gets to the purple screen that says Ubuntu with 5 dots that go from white to red.
i ahve just upgraded to 12.12 and as normal,at least since the 12* series i have this flaming annoying message that pops up saying internal error blah blah blah. if ubuntu wants MS user to convert than these silly issues need addresing, see attachment. it makes me want to use some other distro out there.