create the xorg.conf file.
that creates the xorg conf.new
,there's a command at the end of the script that creates xorg.conf.back
to find out if it's there you have to be logged in as root.
In root enter command
you should see the xorg.conf.back
also enter command
mv xorg.conf.back xorg.conf
This 1 deals with fglrx, but Iwouldn't worry abou it until xorg.conf file is created.