cursor, wallpaper and other functions disabled

Thomas Blasejewicz thomas at s7.dion.ne.jp
Sun Dec 28 00:47:52 UTC 2014


On 2014/12/27 17:47, Colin Law wrote:
> On 27 December 2014 at 04:37, Thomas Blasejewicz <thomas at s7.dion.ne.jp> wrote:
>> ...
>> Anway
>> AFTER I created the new user and logged off -> logged in again ... SOMETIMES
>> I get the usual screen, mouse pointer etc.
>> But only sometimes.
>> At other times (I have not had much time to play with this thing; the
>> machine is at home .. I am at work ..) I get something that looks like at
>> least 500 screens are superimposed on each other ...
> It might be worth checking by booting off a live image and 'Trying
> Ubuntu' that it still runs ok, to eliminate hardware issues.
>
> Colin
>
"Try ubuntu" from live CD causes no problems I can see.

When I log out and then log in again, sometimes things improve,
but each time (100%) I restart the computer, everything is back to a 
state, where a million things do not work.

Anything else I could try?



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