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    kvm disabled by bios during startup before X starts

    kvm disabled by bios message comes up before display manager login appesrs.
    light-dm shows logn and then vanshes.
    installed gdm and now i can get ito ubuntu2. i dont know what it means
    i have installed ubuntu-64 bit 13.10 on a usb stick
    prior to first upgrade everything were fine.
    after upgrade i have screen brightness control problems.
    either i get a very bright screen or very dark screen
    what problems i should look into?
    i use toshiba sattelite C855D-S5232 amd 2 core processor and 4 gb RAM

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    Re: kvm disabled by bios during startup before X starts

    Have you corrected this?

    kvm disabled by bios message comes up before display manager login appesrs.
    13.10 has not reached full release yet. Stuff is still being fixed. You need to daily update and wait and see. This is what we do when we install a Ubuntu version before it is released.

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    Re: kvm disabled by bios during startup before X starts

    Quote Originally Posted by ramaswamy2 View Post
    kvm disabled by bios message comes up before display manager login appesrs.
    light-dm shows logn and then vanshes.
    installed gdm and now i can get ito ubuntu2. i dont know what it means
    i have installed ubuntu-64 bit 13.10 on a usb stick
    prior to first upgrade everything were fine.
    after upgrade i have screen brightness control problems.
    either i get a very bright screen or very dark screen
    what problems i should look into?
    i use toshiba sattelite C855D-S5232 amd 2 core processor and 4 gb RAM
    Appears you have two problems. Fixing the KVM by enabling it in the BIOS.
    What brightness control problem are you referring too - can't chane it, too bright. Did you open Settings and try to fix it there?
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