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I have installed M9.1 on a number of peoples machines, each one of them really suprisingly happy with it.. For some reason they seem to get the lovely bootup screen, which shows the services starting in a nice graphical sense. Yet my own machine does not..
There is a way to do this fairly easily; but I can't remember exactly what to do. I believe the option is in MCC -> Boot, or in MCC -> Hardware for the boot process. I will check this out further when I get back to my computer at home.
Guess what? It wasn't the bios, the next time I booted it was gone again? I am currently reading up on this, linux in general so I'll report when I have more info. I think I'll try an old windows trick, reinstall...