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comment installing ubuntu 12.1 on my laptop
You are very welcome, and welcome to the Ubuntu community
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comment installing ubuntu 12.1 on my laptop
Yes... You make a bootable USB and you only boot from the USB to install it. Once it is installed you won't be running it from a USB. Here is Uuntu's tutorial on installing. It includes both from a DVD and from a USB. www.ubuntu.com/download/help/install-desktop-latest
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comment Ubuntu 12.04 nomodeset fixes boot problem but causes screen resolution to get stuck
Ok... Thank you for your help though!
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comment Ubuntu 12.04 nomodeset fixes boot problem but causes screen resolution to get stuck
Is there a VESA BIOS mode number for a resolution that is 16:9 (like when I run XP I have it set to 1280x720). I didn't see one on that wikipedia link you put up but I don't know if that is an exhaustive list.
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comment Ubuntu 12.04 nomodeset fixes boot problem but causes screen resolution to get stuck
Yes I did, but it didn't make a difference. Right now I am running on the reinstall and I haven't set the 'nomodeset' yet, so all the graphics work fine. But when I reboot I have to hit the escape key to keep from booting into the BIOS. It's kind of annoying, but it's less annoying than having the resolution all messed up. Is there some other fix besides setting nomodeset?