[xubuntu-users] Graphic card disaster

Marc Coevoet marcc at dommel.be
Tue Feb 25 11:49:37 UTC 2014

op 25-02-14 12:33, Michele Mor schreef:
> Hi everyone!
> I have a laptop with a dual boot - Win 7 and Xubuntu 13.10.
> The laptop is an Acer Aspire 4810TZG and it has a dual graphic card, 
> Intel + ATI Mobile Radeon HD4330.
> Unfortunately, during my neverending quest for the perfect Linux 
> system, I have tried to use a program to update my ATI drivers from:
> http://www.thefanclub.co.za/how-to/ubuntu-amd-catalyst-install
> Needless to say, after following the procedure and the installation of 
> those drivers, when I log into Xubuntu, my screen has blue and black 
> stripes.
> Short of backing up everything and re-installing Xubuntu, does anyone 
> know how I could remove those drivers and install working drivers?
> Note that using the Ubuntu recovery option I can use a command line 
> (even if when I tried it seemed not working as expected) - or I can 
> use SystemRescueCD.
> Thanks!
> Michele


Go into synaptic, install xserver and all of its components, eventually 
the kernel and ... all the rest...

Reinstalling will delete a self compiled drive or other junk ...


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