Alright, I've got a problem, and am completely new to linux. If this problem has been solved elsewhere, I'm sorry. I looked and couldn't find this anywhere, but I may just not have been searching right.
Alright, my problem: I just burned the Ubuntu iso to a disc and restarted my system to install linux. Everything started up to the splash screen absolutely fine. I can see the options for starting from the disc in live mode or installing it. Anyway, I clicked on install (and later on live mode with the same result) and it goes to the 'progress bar' screen (don't know what else to call it) and completes whatever it does there. Then, after it finishes the progress bar, my screen just goes black and my monitor gives me a resolution out of range error. I can hit ctrl+alt+f1 and get to the command line stuff, and I keep getting 2 driver errors there, one for my wireless card, and the other for b43legace/ucode4. I think it is for the wireless card too, though I'm not 100% about this.
Anyway, any help would be very greatly appriciated.
Thank you in advanced and sorry for being a complete newbie :S