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24 hours ago I start using for the first time Ubuntu 14.10. I tried to install AMD GPU drivers and then I install from the terminal the fglrx and after a restart I got the

The system is running in low-graphics mode

error. I tried to fix it but nothing.

I don't have any data to care if I lose it.

Can I format the laptop from the terminal Ctrl+Alt+F1 and after install Ubuntu again? I can't change the Boot Priority from the UEFI/BIOS because I can't disable the Secure Boot for some reason.

I'm new user and I don't know much about ubuntu so excuse me.

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Just start over from scratch: Boot the LiveDVD/USB, erase everything and re-install. That will "format" the laptop…

Low quality reviewers: OP asks how to "format" his laptop… Nothing more to say, really! ;)

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  • How can the system from CD / DVD will start if it can not change the boot order? – A.B. Mar 22 '15 at 15:51
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    @A.B. By booting the CD from the UEFI menu instead of the BIOS menu... – Fabby Mar 22 '15 at 15:53
  • FINALLY.... after hours the laptop just boot the ubuntu install from the usb...Btw im new on the linux think so im sorry if my questions is stupid.... – NoName Mar 22 '15 at 15:59
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    There are no stupid questions. Only stupid answers! ;-) – Fabby Mar 22 '15 at 16:06

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