Thank alex, i already manage to do the installation by
using text mode, but once finish the installation ,
ask for reboot. and i have blank screen (black screen)
after the Ubuntu logo, and all thing stop there. if
you got any ideal please let me know, thanks. i really
need it to run. forgot to tell you . i was tried in
both version for test installation, the 64 bit version
and x86, same result i got also.
--- Alexandra Zaharia <f0rg3r@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > * What kind of processor does your laptop have?
> > > it a 32 or 64bits
> > > architecture?
> > >
> > This is a AMD 64 Athlon X2
> > > * What do you mean by "you cannot run live CD"?
> > > it boot? If no, which
> > > is the stage in which it hangs and what errors
> > > you get?
> > when i run on live Cd it will hang on a blank
> > after run all the checking.
> > >
> > > * What do you mean by "already tested on all
> > > versions"? -- What specific
> > > Ubuntu releases have you tried so far?
> > i tested 7.1 7.0 and also 6.06
> I take it you tried 7.10 (Gutsy), 7.04 (Feisty) and
> 6.06 (Dapper).
> Alright, so from what I understand, from this page
> - in the section "Which release do you want?"
> you checked the radio button for "Ubuntu 7.10 -
> Supported to 2009" under
> "Desktop edition";
> - under "What kind of computer do you have?" you
> checked the "64bit AMD and
> Intel computers" radio button;
> - you chose a mirror near you from the drop-down
> - you checked the checkbox labelled "Check here if
> you need the alternate
> desktop CD. This CD does not include the Live CD,
> instead it uses a
> text-based installer." in order to get the alternate
> desktop install CD.
> > > * Did you download the iso and burned it
> > > If so, did you burn the
> > > iso correctly? Did you check the md5sum to be
> > > the image was downloaded
> > > OK?
> > i tested on the iso i download and those cd i
> > from UBUNTU. and to do the md5sum is the first
> thing i
> > do .
> ...and also checked the md5sum. And still got the
> blank screen at some point
> after selecting an install method from the menu.
> > > * Have you tried the 7.10 alternate install CD?
> > > not a live CD - it
> > > doesn't have a graphical installer but a
> > > line' one, suitable for
> > > tricky computers - such as the ones that don't
> > > enough RAM or computers
> > > who simply have a 'tricky' hardware.
> > i tested also with the alternate install CD, it
> > me the same result. anyway i having 2G ram for
> > notebook.this trycky hardware is from HP.
> I understand. The reason I was asking whether you
> tried the alternate
> install version is that a while ago I had at work a
> bunch of Fujitsu-Siemens
> desktops that I wanted to install Edgy (Ubuntu 6.10)
> on and the CD simply
> wouldn't boot. (Then after Feisty - 7.04 - was
> released it was all OK.)
> Alright, here's what I've been thinking of. Get the
> alternate x64 desktop
> install CD, boot from it and when you get to the
> menu with "Install in text
> mode", "Memory test" etc don't do anything, but
> instead press <esc>. You'll
> get a window saying "You are leaving the graphical
> boot menu and starting
> the text mode interface. <OK> <Cancel>" Select <OK>
> Next you'll get a black screen with a "boot: "
> prompt on top. Right there,
> install acpi=off
> and hit enter and see if it boots this way.
> Apart from this I can't think of anything else but
> maybe this solves your
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