yes, are you able to use the touchpad?
wired network/internet connection?
I started to think that no output method except screen and keyboard (include mouse-keys), is working. Only CD-Rom, the only way to get a data out of the laptop (exept a camra (: oh, and manually ^^)
By the way, yours almost certainly sounds like a bad installation. You may check the integrity of the downloaded ISO by matching its md5sum : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM
If that matches, boot the live cd, press any key during the purple boot screen to bring up advance menu, and select "Check the disc for defects". Sometimes the iso may be ok, the cd burn may be not.
If you happen to download the ISO again, I'd strongly recommend to download via torrent, as it ensures integrity of the downloaded data : http://www.ubuntu.com/download/alternative-downloads
However, if the md5sum of your already downloaded image matches and the 'cd test' is also ok, you may wish to do a 'Memory Test' (from the same menu as "check disc for defects") to test any possible memory leakage issues.
Although there can be many reasons for a broken installation/upgrade, but these two (bad source, bad memory) are most common.
I found your original thread : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2145799
As per outputs of your last post (#19), your wireless is already all set. It is just 'Disabled' now which I'm sure Hadaka, who is helping you on that thread, will be able to fix easily. He is a dedicated member and you can trust him for solutions to such issues.
As for your wired connection, it should work out-of-box with 13.04, since the required driver is included in it (but not in earlier versions). However, it is highly recommended to 'Test' a version using live cd before installing it. Only install if everything works, or can be made to work as expected.
You may also choose to install the required 'alx' driver by manually downloading and compiling it, but I'd suggest to wait for what Hadaka is willing to try.
YAY! I'm so glad you found me! So happy for your answer and help! You were right! I made a new installation with a new downloaded ISO (also a 64 bit this time-I'm used to 32 bit ^^)
Thank! TNX! and Thanks you very much! You made my laptop work! Network, Internet, USB, Mouse! Touchpad!
Thanks again and I wish you an Happy-Year!
And I succeeded! papibe was right about trying another kernel version (:
Thanks everyone for giving answers and solutions! this thread will help many Linux users!
and LocoMotor101, try also making a new installation Disk or USB with a new ISO, download from Ubuntu site the 12.04.2 (don't forget the right bit version ^^).
Thanks you all! I wish you all a success in everything!
Last edited by Bucky Ball; May 17th, 2013 at 03:15 PM.
Good news. Please mark thread as solved to help others as follows:
Edit first post>Go Advanced>change prefix [all variants] to [SOLVED]. Thanks and good luck.
PS: I have also attached your large image in the last post and removed it from the body of your post. Please refrain from putting large images in the body of your post.
Last edited by Bucky Ball; May 17th, 2013 at 03:16 PM.
Done! And I just like big pictures (: