Originally Posted by smoker
When it boots, can you interrupt the countdown and select a different kernel to try ?
You probably have to reinstall the nvidia driver if there is a new kernel.
Let me know if it boots on an old kernel first.
I can select different choices in grup.
Lines are following:
Linux Mint 8 Helena x64
Linux Mint 8 Helena x64 (recoverymode)
Windows 7 Loader
I don't know what you mean about different kernel?
I can run recoverymode with commandline and networking but not graphic type X-window system because display does'nt work in it. So, do I have to reinstall the whole linux or can I just do something to this. I already tried to unistall and reistall the driver using command
Sudo apt-get purge nvidia-glx-185 and then Sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx-185
Still it doesn't work, maybe the driver is not compatible with my graphics card. I tried to install olderones 96 and 173 too but X doesn't start it says that kernel has different version of driver and make sure that driver is same in every place. So version 185 is the onlyone wich is workig. X starts with it but then display says no signal and enters to sleep mode... I'm starting to hate linux, why everything must be so complicated!