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Hi first at all English isn't my native language so sorry if I suck.
I try to install linux mint 64 bits in my pc but i have the problem that the picture make flashes and after a while if freeze with horizontal lines and i have to reboot, this happen a few times so i try to install ubudu but whit this is worse because don't even let my see the desk because its freeze with again he horizontal lines.
I don't know what to do
Last edited by blankanieves; 07-10-2013 at 10:43 PM.
Thats what i am going to try tomorrow today i don't have any new disk i used to have a 64 bits windows and I am pretty sure is 64 but maybe with 32 runs better i don't really know how to see my system information with linux, windows make me feel smarted than linux jaja
I cant install any of it in all a error ocurred and dont install anything its say dependency error of something like that, but i see in a post that i have this option of setting the drivers there is the picture of the options i have to choose, and i very open to any recomendation XD
okey now I have install Debian and I having the same problem but because is Debian this solution doesnt work anymore
and I dowload NVIDIA-Linux-x86-256.44.run
this drive but when I tried to intall it, its says that I am in x86_64 and i have to be in X86
so I tried to kill x this way:
sudo service gdm stop
and it doesnt work
I have been searching for forums with the solutions but I didt find it if you find it or you have any clue how can I solve it I will be thanksfull XD