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When I try to boot my computer, I get this error:
"The system is running in low-graphics mode Your screen, graphics cards, and input device settings could not be detected correctly. You will need to configure these yourself."
The LIKELY causes like "installation of wrong drivers, incorrect or invalid lightdm greeters, low disk space, incorrect installation of graphics card like ATI and Nvidia, incorrect configuration of xorg.conf file while setting up multiple monitors" are not what is causing this as
I have No graphics card.
- No additional drivers.
- I freed space too.
- I reinstalled desktop too.
- I checked lightdm.config too. It already had 'greeter-session=unity-greeter' .
I did this too. "sudo apt-get install fglrx sudo reboot" No idea what this does but this was one of the solutions provided.
And this too. " sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get -d install --reinstall gdm sudo apt-get remove --purge gdm sudo apt-get install gdm sudo reboot"
Now I have no desktop in failsafe mode in ubuntu.
Now what do I do? I HAVE TRIED THE SOLUTIONS PROVIDED FOR How to fix “The system is running in low-graphics mode” error?. They didn't work.