While booting my Ubuntu 12.04 I got an error telling my that my graphics is not identified and I have to identify it manually by modifying some configurations.
And then it allows me the choose from few options :
- Login with minimal graphics for one session:
It shows a finished progress bar, clicking "OK" opens a fullscreen terminal that I can't control, it only shows some process starting and ending(Apache2, bind, etc).
- troubleshoot the problem :
it shows few options(logs, etc) I chose to see a log, walked through it really fast, nothing suspicious. And there was startup logs aswell, which was empty. and finally a reconfigure option which doesn't work.
- Reconfigure graphics:
it shows 2 options, apply generic configurations and use backed-up configurations, since I don't have backed-up configurations, I chose the first one - which didn't work.
I'm using AMD graphics card. I didn't change anything related to graphics card. The last program I installed is FileZilla(I'm not sure though).
The problem is that I don't have any backups, also I installed Ubuntu via Wubi(Dual-booting with Win7), which means I can't access my files to get them and re-install peacefully since I don't have any partitions to access.
Any help would be appreciated.