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khaleel5000 10-29-2005 12:50 PM

help in recovery , URGENT
 
Hey ppl I am a newbie using SuSE linux 9.2 on an
intel P4 2.66 ghz
256 mb ram
the problem is that i updated my system via internet
on FRIDAY 28-10 but now when i reboot my system
when the time of showing the screen for username
and password comes the monitor screen blinks twice
it shows blue , then black , then blue then black
all this in within 2 seconds and then nothing
i dont see anything the monitor remains on not in
standby mode my monitor is
VIEW SONIC E-651 also my graphic card is
Nvidia Riva TNT2 and i was using it earlier as 2d
card because of absence of drivers but
yersterday i updated its drivers , here are some names
I copied these names and these are the names of RPM that i downloaded on friday before that problem
arose


tcpdmp
nvidia
driver
imlib
imlib-config
imlib-devel
3d gfs
acpid
acpi
events
kdemultimedia3
xntp


CAN I FIX THIS PROBLEM OR REVERT THE CHANGES SO I CAN RUN MY SYSTEM WITH PREVIOUS CONFIGS
I AM THE ADMINISTRATOR so please tell me in detail what to do please i feel addicted to my linux and
simply cant use my pc in windows now i have had switched to suse from windows

SlackerLX 10-29-2005 01:15 PM

Updating your nvidia most likely had changed xorg.conf file. See that resolutions higher than 1024x768 are removed as first.

Tinkster 10-29-2005 03:57 PM

Firstly:

Please do not post the same thread more than once. Picking the
most relevant forum and posting it once there makes it easier for other
members to help you and keeps the discussion all in one place.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/rules.php

The original is here:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...17#post1926017



Secondly:

Even though the problem may be urgent for you, it's no more
urgent than anybody elses problem to all other members, so
please spare us with that piece of information.



Thirdly:

Choose a sensible thread-title that somehow indicates what
kind of problem you have, "help in recovery , URGENT" means
nothing.


Cheers,
Tink


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