leonardevens View Public Profile Find all posts by leonardevens #9 23rd March 2013, 03:52 AM sonoran Offline Registered User Join Date: May 2005 Location: Sonoran Desert Posts: 2,421 When I turn on my computer it says Audio - Imput detect. share|improve this answer answered Sep 7 '11 at 18:36 RobinJ 5,50943162 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Certainly, the last thing I did was to install Fedora 17 in space outside a Windows 7 partition, and that inolved only grub2. http://rinfix.com/cannot-display/ubuntu-8-10-cannot-display-this-video-mode.html
So I really don't know how this will help you. How do I fix this? What you need to do is to Go to Full screen Video option then there change a Full screen device to SECONDARY DISPLAY. I am entirely mystefied by the idea that legacy grub could have created the MBR. ---------- Post added at 12:25 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:12 AM ---------- I am have a peek here
If yes, then have you tried installing or reinstalling those Drivers? Optimun resultion 1280x1024". I think the problem is that grub 2 is trying to put the monitor in a mode it doesn't recognize. Scroll down to the "Monitor" section.
I was trying to use Linux to reduce my dependency on Windows but all it did was to stop my computer from working. How is the correct air speed for fuel combustion obtained at the inlet of the combustor? The screen says "Cannot dislay this mode. http://askubuntu.com/questions/60439/can-not-display-this-video-mode-error-during-boot-followed-by-empty-desktop How could i fix it?
You can potentially help others having the same problem! There have been numerous threads reporting this and not just on Ubuntu... The server mailbox cannot be opened because this address . I've now installed Windows and had no issues.
I'd give some thought to maybe picking up a bit newer video card if that's an option. m on October 18, 2011 at 5:02 pm said: Make that "you just can't see it". How To Fix Cannot Display This Video Mode and from the above I think your interface is VGA and not VGA - 0. Cannot Display This Video Mode Optimum Resolution 1280x1024 60hz Add following to the document and save it: Code: #! /usr/bin/env sh xrandr --newmode "1920x1080_59.90" 172.51 1920 2040 2248 2576 1080 1081 1084 1118 -HSync +Vsync xrandr --addmode HDMI2 "1920x1080_59.90" xrandr
If you get a grub console onscreen with the 'grub>' prompt, enter 'vbeinfo' (without the quotes) and see what grub thinks about available video modes, which one it is trying to http://rinfix.com/cannot-display/ubuntu-12-10-cannot-display-this-video-mode.html Maybe someone else knows? g8rbait, Nov 29, 2005 #5 till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer You can try to switch with the keys [CTRL] + F1 to a text console, login and search for Good luck - permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Going_Postal[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(3 children)So, editing /etc/default/grub is what I attempted before.
How do I deal with my current employer not respecting my decision to leave? Like even something that was 'new' back in 2006 would be fine. I haven't figure out what to change in /etc/default/grub to fix the problem, Can anyone help me? http://rinfix.com/cannot-display/ubuntu-cannot-display-this-video-mode.html But when I boot Linux and login to my account and then logout, X seems to hang and I get a blank screen.
falko, Nov 29, 2005 #4 g8rbait New Member Yes, that seems to be the case. Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! When I connected it to a CRT, it worked.
Any other suggestions of what to try. How do I deal with my current employer not respecting my decision to leave? MathSciNet review alert? how the hell do i fix it?
QGIS Print composer scale problems Solving a discrete equation Does Intel sell CPUs in ribbons? The label I needed for the VGA output had been staring me in the face all along: Code: ~$ xrandr Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1920 x 1080, maximum If still can't get it then there is workaround we could try. Sadly, this is how it ended up for me after ~5 years of using Linux distros, all thanks to AMD/ATI and their rubbish linux drivers after a computer upgrade.