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Recently I tried to hibernate my Ubuntu 10.04 and upon turning on my computer it took a while and I saw a lot small square in left upper part of my monitor and 2 white somewhere in the middle. Is it normal?

EDIT did it again and it's same also when I click hibernate and before it turns off I got 3 errors something blablablabla failed to resubmit (don't remember exactly).

Also if it matters I have Windows 7 too and they are both installed on same disk

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Do you happen to have a screenshot, so we can understand what you're talking about? –  Thomas W. Jul 14 '11 at 12:50
@The evil phoenix I can't take screenshot because it happens during loading OS, before I can log in, it's just black screen with some random red squares and a bit white –  Templar Jul 14 '11 at 13:00
Does it eventually get past that and boot, though? (And on a side note, to actually ping me in comments, type @TheEvilPhoenix. The system removes the spaces from highlights ;) ) –  Thomas W. Jul 14 '11 at 13:05
@TheEvilPhoenix yeah it booted and I think everything is fine, but I was scared because it took a while to load and screen was something like that i.stack.imgur.com/T9aV7.png –  Templar Jul 15 '11 at 13:34
never seen anything like that. ALthough i dont think its an issue. Resuming from hibernate can sometimes be screwy on all systems, so unless you randomly start NOT being able to boot, i think you'll be fine. –  Thomas W. Jul 15 '11 at 13:36

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