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im trying to dual boot ubuntu with windows 10 in my ASUS S430FN Laptop, the installation went right but after i rebooted and select to boot ubuntu, is goes blank purple screen, not even any ubuntu logo or any error messages.
i’ve tried anything like nomodeset, nouveau.modeset = 0, changing the quiet splash to no splash, changing the acpi to zero etc.
im using ASUS S430FN Laptop with intel i7-8565U, 8 gigs of ram, 512 SSD, NVIDIA Geforce MX150, and original windows 10 version 1903. im trying to install desktop ubuntu 19.04
can anyone help please
Ubuntu 18.04 freezing at Purple screen after installing the updates in Dell Vostro 3583 with AMD Radeon graphic card. I tried disabling the graphic card using nomodeset but it shows “ubuntu running in low graphics mode” and stuck there. I even tried to install the latest AMD driver for ubuntu 18.04 and still, it’s not working. Please help me is there any other solution. Thanks in advance.
After coming back from a 2 week holiday, I discovered that I couldn’t get to my desktop PC’s Ubuntu desktop. After entering user and password information, the information is accepted but the screen becomes a blank purple, and the mouse disappears.
What I’ve tried so far: 1. I can boot into CLI by adding a ‘3’ to the appropriate line in grub. 2. I can log in remotely via ssh. 3. I can get a remote desktop GUI.
What hasn’t worked: 4. Adding ‘nomodeset’ to the linux line in grub. If I do this, my screen goes black after logging in. (I can still SSH in and RDP in.). If I press the return key, I see a white X in the middle of the screen. I can get a shell with Ctrl+Alt+F3. 5. I messed about with recovery mode, but it didn’t seem to help.
System is fully updated including new kernels (I now have kernels 5.0.0-27, 5.0.0-25, 5.0.0-23).
My system: Dual boot Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS & Win 7. Ubuntu has ubuntu-drivers-common installed.
I have been using ubuntu 16.04 for a long time alongside windows 10 on my laptop
Model: Acer Aspire E E5-573G-389U
Intel i3-5005U(5th Gen)
2GB dedicated NVIDIA Geforce 920M Graphics card 1TB Hard-disk
Booted Ubuntu alongside Windows 10.
Things I tried so far,
1) Temporarily modifying Kernal Parameters (nomodeset) to disable graphics card while booting up. 2) Logged into recovery mode and installed proprietary NVIDIA drivers from the terminal.
3) Removed everything and reinstalled again.
Still, while booting every time I select Ubuntu in the boot menu, it fails to load and stuck at the purple screen. However, windows 10 works without any issue.
Kindly provide me with some solution
after i’am installing ubuntu 16.04 then i’am running command apt-get update then apt-get upgrade, after that i’am reboot this laptop and i got purple screen 🙁
Please help me, what should i do? thanks..
I’ve recently dual booted my ASUS UX433FA (Windows 10 and Ubuntu 18.04) and ever since have been having issues even getting to the login screen. When I choose the ubuntu option in the GRUB menu, it takes me to the purple screen and gets stuck there. However sometimes it boots up no problem. I’ve tried 4 different kernel versions and non of the have an effect on the boot up. During the manual selection of the kernel version during the boot up, it gets stuck with the message “Loading initial ramdisk…”. I also added nomodeset in grub as well. Right now I’m running 18.10 version and still have the exact same issue. Not sure what other option I have left, but any help is greatly appreciated.
Everytime I start up my Lenovo Ideapad, the Grub menu launches by default. When I select ‘Ubuntu’, the computer displays the purple screen and it never boots up. I tried adding ‘nomodeset’ to a line in advanced launch options, and even then it never boots up.
I have a laptop Acer Aspire 4741G with spec: Core i3 350M 2.26 Ghz Processor 2 GB DDR3 Nvidia 310M Graphics Card
I installed Ubuntu desktop 18.04.02 bionic beaver from a USB stick successfully but after about 30 minute my screen starts to turn white completely. so i turn it off forcefully and after turn it on it’s all white from the starts (even no Acer logo).
i tried to connect it to another monitor, it’s not show white screen but still no acer logo to enter BIOS and directly show Ubuntu booting logo. after booting in my other monitor just show purple screen, the cursor still work but i can’t do anything else.
Installed Ubuntu 19.04 from a USB drive. Booted into Ubuntu on that USB and installed from there.
Install went fine and after restart was told to unplug USB, another restart and boot is stuck on purple screen.
Likely related to graphics card NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT.
What can I do, to solve this? Thankfor for noob-proof step-by-step suggestions.
Interstingly booting Ubuntu from the USB drive works fine.
Have no problem reinstalling again. The drive in the MacBookPro can be overwritten no problem. Does it have to be formatted prior to installing or does the ubunto install cover that part?
It’s a bit unclear how to proceed form here.