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Further to previous poster, you could run back through the graphical configuration by simply typing "sax2" from the command prompt to load up the wizard. This should hopefully go back through re-configuring your graphics card, monitor, mouse, etc. and load up normally. Otherwise, yeah, post the errors displayed on screen.
yes ! SlackerLX your dead right. I have lost mouse and I ran a prog called KCE (I think ???) basically it let me do the same thing as YAST but when I had done the mouse configuration, it said something about the graphics card ?????
So it looks like I need some sort of fix for this (common?) problem.
Not too intricate. Insert LiveCD. Slax or Knoppix of suse live and bootup the Live OS
When it's up go to corresponding directory of temp files that LiveCD created when detected your hardware. Lauch Midnight Commander and copy settings from xorg file, let's say (example) from /tmp/etc/X11/xorg.conf to
your original install root /etc/X11/xorg.conf