Okay, so here's the deal. I had Ubuntu 12.10 on my Asus Zenbook UX32A. I heard that Ubuntu 12.04 LTS more reliable, and stable, so I decided to get that. I did a fresh install of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
Now, when I boot the computer, first of all the ubuntu logo doesn't show up, it's just a purple screen. Then the screen flashes, and the logo shows with the purple screen. Then it flashes again, and takes me to the login screen where I hear the drums, and it flashes a few more times after that. I login, and it flashes again. Mind you, this happens every time I boot up my laptop, and it happens at probably the same times.
Not only that, if I try to logout, it logs me out, but the screen goes black, and I am not able to log back in. I have to force shutdown (hold power button) my laptop, and boot it up again. Today, I was trying to go into the display application in the system settings, once I clicked on it, my screen went black, and I had to boot up my laptop again. I also tried to change the resolution, and the screen went black.
Also, I can't right click, I have to double tap my touch pad like a Mac.
I really don't know what is going on. Ubuntu 12.10 on the same laptop worked relatively well. Why not 12.04 LTS which is supposed to be more stable? Please help, I need this laptop for a lot of things and can't afford it to be glitching out on me.
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