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This is a question I had since Ubuntu 11.04: how can I restore Ubuntu's boot logo? I installed it in four different PCs (one of them a VM, another of them, my actual installation on my Mac), and I look that the same thing happends every time I install Ubuntu: the Live CD boots showing the logo and the dots bar, but when I boot from the hard drive, I just see a magenta dye screen. What should I do?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 (iMac 21'5'' Late 2009; Virtualbox machine) and 11.10 (rest of PCs).

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Does the boot actually complete until the login screen? In other words, is it only an aesthetic problem or does it impeach you to access your computer(s)? –  Agmenor May 4 '12 at 7:05
    
It is called splash screen.This is a regular problem facing by many, me too.Linux Mint and Kubuntu splash screen works well in my system but Ubuntu shows a scrambled window.I think this is a driver issue.I tried to change the resolution but each change makes the window more scrambled. –  beeju May 4 '12 at 7:19
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