Originally posted by openfun
Actually I found that even the logout doesn't work. Maybe this is the point. Anybody have the same problem? How to deal with it?
I have a Toshiba M30-304 and I have a problem which is very similar.
Often, when I shutdown or reboot, my notebook hangs as soon as X is closed and I can see only a corrupted screen and so I have to use the power button in order to turn off it.
Doing so I obtain corrupted files next time I turn on the pc.
When I had suse 9.2 on the same pc it didn't happen and it occurs only if nvidia driver is installed.
I don't know if it is related with a framebuffer problem, but using vga=normal at boot time don't fix the problem.