Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. If you find a solution to your problem by other means, please take your time to write down the steps you used to solve your problem in the original post. Here is the blow-by-blow description, using the wide screen, which is the only screen that will boot: Code: ~$ sudo ddcprobe vbe: VESA 3.0 detected. The previous thread is very long and contains irrelevant material, so, once I thought I discovered the problem, I thought I would start a new thread, I installed Fedora 17 on have a peek here
Join Us! Very helpful info! 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 There may be other problems due to the convoluted history of this computer. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1888642
HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!! Code: ~$ sudo /etc/X11/Xsession.d/45fixrandr [sudo] password for robert: X Error of failed request: BadName (named color or font does not exist) Major opcode of failed request: 156 (RANDR) Minor opcode of oem: ATI ATOMBIOS vendor: (C) 1988-2005, ATI Technologies Inc. Posts: 886 Re: Grub2 problem: Can't display this Video Mode My bad...
I brought the box with me to install at another location and can't get the video to display. Either GRUB_TERMINAL=console or GRUB_GFXMODE=1024x768 works so I can see the grub menu of choices and boot In particular I can boot Linux or Windows 7. Today, after updating to get Thunderbird 8 (TB-7 was buggy with Ubuntu-11.10), I shut down my PC. I'm guessing that you'll boot into Linux with a generic VESA driver, but if you install the correct driver like this - sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-r128 But - this video card
Or will I be able to use the Fedora 17 DVD to boot linux? (If worse comes to worse, I can reinstall Fedora 17 from the DVD, but I would rather im using the MOV lcd flat screen and by the way i set my refresh rate 60 HZ still not functioning huhu. . Log out and log back in. * Click "System" > "Administration" > "Display". http://askubuntu.com/questions/60439/can-not-display-this-video-mode-error-during-boot-followed-by-empty-desktop Maybe someone else knows?
You will see startup-manager and just press install button it will install Now open startup-manager You will see by default operating system is ubuntu 11.04 You have to put Display resolution Not the answer you're looking for? How To Fix Cannot Display This Video Mode Will my supergrub2 CD still work? Cannot Display This Video Mode Optimum Resolution 1280x1024 60hz Send PM 17th April 2014,01:28 PM #4 runcmd Join Date Dec 2009 Posts 27 Thank Post 0 Thanked 3 Times in 3 Posts Rep Power 14 Thanks for trying to
That seems to have fixed it. http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-display/ubuntu-8-10-cannot-display-this-video-mode.php MathSciNet review alert? Try disconnecting the monitor after testing/skipping the media check. What distribution are you currently using? –Ringtail Feb 26 '12 at 2:45 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote I waited for 10 -
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Direct Support Forums Technical *nix 'cannot display this video mode' error after Ubuntu server install. + Post New Thread Results 1 to 9 of 9 *nix Thread, 'cannot display this video Reply Link muneebXxXx-_- November 27, 2014, 6:14 pmI was playing chicken invaders 4 thanks giving edition.when I increase the resulation it gives (CANNOT DISPLAY THIS VIDEO MODE) …….. ……… ……….. When I turn on my computer it says Audio - Imput detect.
Straight line equation How to stop NPCs from picking up dropped items How do I make an alien technology feel alien? Is the monitor connected properly to the system? your steps look interesting bout how exactly do i do this? After pulling my hair out, I replaced the old screen with a newer LG wide screen monitor ..and it and Ubuntu-11 work fine.
m on October 18, 2011 at 5:02 pm said: Make that "you just can't see it". What is this line of counties voting for the Democratic party in the 2016 elections? Calculating ...5(5+4(4+3(3+2(2+1(1))))) How good should one be to participate in PS? http://bovbjerg.net/cannot-display/ubuntu-12-04-cannot-display-this-video-mode.php When I swithch the monitor back and reboot, the problem comes back showing the "Cannot Display This Video Mode" again.
Are keywords in resolv.conf case sensitive? Any other suggestions of what to try. Have you tried to set the resolution to 1280x1024 from System Settings- Displays? If I have come close to a correct diagnosis, please tell me what to do to fix it.
g8rbait New Member I installed FC4 on a box last week while at a remote location. Whether you get the grub console or not, I think you might have to tell grub what video mode to use. It would be a good idea to Back up Data and be prepared to reinstall Ubuntu). sbovisjb1, Apr 6, 2006 #9 frivvy89 New Member Re: I had the same problem.
Browse other questions tagged 11.04 resolution monitor or ask your own question. Everything work fine now. In either case, I have to turn the machine off and turn it on again. For you first installations, always include Ubuntu's built in SSH server.
DistroUbuntu Development Release Re: boot-up: Cannot display this video mode It good news to learn that your old monitor is working again ... On restarting, my screen turned purple to black and I got the following message on my screen as Ubuntu failed to launch:Cannot display this video mode Optimum resolution 1280x1024 60 HzThe So the grub2 boot choice screen is not displayed and after the timeout, it boots Linux. which seems to have never been answered.
Also, when I am logged in, if I try to use system settings, the screen freezes when I click on some options. I'm afraid I don't know - don't have any experience with how an Ubuntu live CD operates. Thread Tools Search Thread Advanced Search 17th April 2014,11:38 AM #1 runcmd Join Date Dec 2009 Posts 27 Thank Post 0 Thanked 3 Times in 3 Posts Rep Power 14 If not, as mentioned you'll need to chroot into the filesystem, edit /etc/default/grub and set the resolution like this - GRUB_GFXMODE=1024x768 then while still chrooted, run sudo update-grub and you should