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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2011

    "out of frequency"


    I just signed up the forums to seek answer from the experts in here , as I am not able to Install Ubuntu on my system
    When i boot from "Ubuntu Bootable" CD, it does starts the process of Installtion but after running the screen like this [IMG]<a href=""><img src="" alt="" title="Hosted by" /></a>[/IMG]

    I know this is related to my monitor.

    and the "OUT OF FREQUENCY" Error looks like this
    [IMG]<a href=""><img src="" alt="" title="Hosted by" /></a>[/IMG]

    Now i have done googled for this error and so many people are talking about to EDIT FILE /etc/X11/Xorg.conf
    But i really don't know how to edit it , or how to open it because i am a WINDOW USER and I want to leaves Windows forever and start using Kubuntu or Ubuntu or Linux, and I am not familiar with Linux based OS !!

    I have tried to Install Kubuntu and Linux MINT and even Xubuntu also, The problem is same with all Operating system Installation.

    Now, somehow, I know to have to change my "HORIZONTAL FREQUENCY" of monitor as its operating frequency is
    HF - 30 - 61
    VF - 50 - 120

    While , if you can see in the picture my HF turns out to be 68.6, which is out of operating frequencies.
    but the VF is within the operating range of frequencies.

    SO, please tell me how can i get rid of this problem and get either Kubuntu or Ubuntu Installed on my pc

    My monitor specifications:
    CRT Monitor
    LG Studioworks 563N

    My system Configuration:
    Intel Celeron 2 GHZ
    1 GB ram
    Gigabyte Motherboard.

    Kindly help me out guys !!

    Thanks !!
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    Last edited by harpreet928; March 30th, 2012 at 09:39 PM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2009
    Mataro, Spain
    Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr

    Re: PLEASE HELP ME with Installation !! I am pretty pissed off !!

    Try running the cd in live mode first, Try Ubuntu. Don't start the installation right away.

    Can it run live mode correctly?

    If not, try this:
    During boot with the cd hit Esc immediately when you see the first purple screen (before the menu). That should load the older text menu.

    Hit F6 for advanced options, then select 'nomodeset'. Then select Try Ubuntu and see if it loads fine.

    If it does, don't try to install yet, you need more instructions. Just let us know.
    Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit & Windows 10 Pro 64bit

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Magic City of the Plains
    Xubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark


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