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    [ubuntu] Re: Update Broke my Ubuntu :(

    I installed them using the package downloaded from the amd website, i fixed the problem by installing the open source drivers and was worried that the proprietary drivers would cause problems again,...
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    [ubuntu] Update Broke my Ubuntu :(

    Ok so after successfully installing the proprietary amd catalyst drivers, i rebooted and made sure everything worked, and it did, but after updating my system using the standard Ubuntu software...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stuck in grub rescue

    No problem, glad i could help.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing to USB

    As long as your computer can boot from USB I can't see why this wouldn't work, the speed it would run at would really depend on what USB drive you're using (assuming you're using USB 2.0), if you're...
  5. [all variants] Re: [Boot-Repair] Graphical tool to repair the PC boot in 1 click!

    This tool is soooooooo helpful, it's saved around 3 or 4 ubuntu installations from the wrath of my impatience.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Stuck in grub rescue

    I don't know why you cannot boot into the DVD, but you could try using Unetbootin to install Ubuntu onto a USB stick, then boot from the USB stick, because I know for sure that it will not use your...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Can't boot into OS after swapping graphics card

    I could be completely wrong here, but could it be that the operating system is running the drivers for the old card, and obviously not working with the new card?
    I had this problem when I installed...
  8. [xubuntu] Re: Switch to Xubuntu from LXDE -> no shutdown, no title bars and no wireless

    You could try removing Xubuntu and just install XFCE,I've heard that you can avoid a lot of problems by installing XFCE rather than the whole Xubuntu package, I don't know why.

    sudo apt-get...
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