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Old 03-18-2008, 04:22 PM   #1
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Resolution Problem Solved But Now My Computer Starts Only In Kde Console Mode

hello. I've posted befor a problem related to resolution fact. I resolved it by installyng the lastest nvidia driver. Now i'm running linux at 1024x768x85 modified from nvidia x server ...

But now there's another issue. I put the computer on hibernate while i was at the store and when i came back the computer started(still does) in KDE console mode instead of how it should.It starts normally only if i select Unbutu 7.10 generic and hit enter at startup. How do i get rid of this problem ???? anyone??????????????? please

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Old 04-03-2008, 10:01 PM   #2
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until you get a better reply can you compare the /boot/grub/emu.lst files for each distro and see if they both have a resume= entry pls


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