If I chose to boot in recovery mode, the screen comes out garbled. Black mostly, with some white noise at the top (which I think is a console, mangled beyond recognition) and a purple rectangle to the left.
I recently installed 64 bit Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS on my Inspiron 1720 laptop as a dual boot with Windows 7. When I boot up Ubuntu, it gets to the log in screen just fine but after logging in it gets stuck with the default desktop background display only. I can move the curser around but i can't get any response from it.
I am using Ubuntu x64 11.10 in my HP pavilion g6-1037tx notebook.
Everything was working fine with VGA mode as it didn't recognize my Radeon 6470 HD graphics card.
Then, I downloaded radeon driver 11.12 from their website and installed it.
Every time I boot recovery mode, I end up in download mode. I tried different ways to boot recovery mode, but I always boot into download mode. I'm rooted. I installed both CWM and TWRP, but no luck. Any advice?
I have installed Ubuntu 13.4 on my Lenovo by using Wubi installer,at the boot menu when i select the Ubuntu option the screen goes black ,but when i select the advace Ubuntu option in recovery mode it works,so i want to know what is the possible solution to get Ubuntu work from the normal mode rather than the recovery mode.
My laptop's configuration are
Intel i5 (3rd gen)
1Tb Hard Disk
Yesterday I've installed many updates (including many system software) on Ubuntu. After the restart it couldn't boot anymore. I just get first a purple screen and then just a black screen, when I start the normal boot. When I can choose the recovery mode, I can boot Ubuntu.
I have tried to fix all the packages in recovery mode but that doesn't help.
I'm not able to boot into android recovery. I'm using cLK. But after installing a ROM, I'm not able to boot into recovery, and the ROM won't boot, so I will need to boot into recovery mode. i tried pressing my power button for long time, but it doesnt boot into recovery mode, but trying to load the android ROM.