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I have notebook HP Compaq nx9020 with Intel graphick 855MG. When I installing ubuntu 10.04 in text mode all work good. After reboot notebook is frezze after screen Ubuntu. Windows work fine. Hardware Ok. If I use vesa drivers I no see anything in graphic mode. Console work fine. Can you help me?

Ps Sorry for my poor english.

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closed as too localized by Luis Alvarado Mar 14 '13 at 17:07

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Are you getting any errors in /var/log/Xorg.0.log? You need to look for lines that start with (EE) – Richard Holloway Sep 1 '10 at 19:32
Does the live cd work ok? – Li Lo Sep 1 '10 at 20:29
problem in intel chip of i8XX series has been discussed before.… unfortunately there in not any proper solution. so i suggest you to switch back to ubuntu 9.10. I hope they fix this issue in 10.10 release. – Rojan Sep 2 '10 at 2:19

Lucky you to have i855.

After selecting your username click the box in the bottom right that says GNOME and switch it to Xterm,then enter the following commands-

1)sudo add-apt-repository ppa:glasen/intel-driver

2)sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade

3)sudo add-apt-repository ppa:glasen/855gm-fix

4)sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install dkms 855gm-fix-dkms

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can you explain what those command are doing and what the expected outcome would be? Adding repositories and packages can break a system or a later upgrade, and should come with sufficient warnings as to what it's doing. – ImaginaryRobots Sep 14 '10 at 15:12