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try this in a terminal after mounting ubuntu.
and edit the monitor area and enter the HorizSync VertRefresh from
monitor's manuel and try rebooting AND there is a packae Configure-debian for ease download it from packages.debian.org/unstable
VendorName "Monitor Vendor"
ModelName "S/T 57/56E/V"
DisplaySize 280 210
HorizSync 30.0 - 55.0
VertRefresh 50.0 - 120.0
U must use any live cd's to get thosse Lines
if u have fedora or someother distros.
try mounting ubuntu partiton
mount /dev/hdx /mnt/ubuntu
where x is the ubuntu partiton
ps:u should atlest try to learn basic commands of Linux?
i met same case
first of all
the vertical and horizal fre must be put into proper range.
then you better move your screen resolution into some lower states (like 800x600,1024X768)
you have to give ubuntu SOME time
to boot into desktop.
yes, my fedoracore6 and CDlinux work well with screen,
but ubuntu did not.
i tried 3 things of above
then everthing going right