Originally Posted by TobiSGD
When you have booted to the command-line just use
to generate a template file named xorg.conf.new in the current directory. That file should almost be appropriate for that machine, just do the needed edits and copy it to /etc/X11/xorg.conf. After that it should work.
When I ran that, it gave me this. "[something]al server error"
"[something]ught signal 7 (Bus error). Server aborting"
Plus a bunch of other stuff. I get no xorg.conf.new in the directory. The [something]'s are parts I can't read due to the skewed display.