I have installed Ubuntu 14.04 as stand-alone OS on my Asus-1215P laptop a couple of weeks ago. After installation, it worked fine; but yesterday when I turned on the laptop, it went to the grub menu as usual. However, after that it started having problems:
There was messages like ACPI Probing Failed, then ^[[6~^ kept printing. Then another message was that my cifs drive could not be mounted, after that everything goes into a loop....Bunch of lines printing over a over again, Ubuntu loading screen keeps flashing time to time
I tried to boot from recovery mode and it worked then, but the resolution is so low and ^[[6~^ was still printed a bunch of times. After googling some more, I tried using the command parameter from grub menu multiple times in combination with acpi=off, nomodeset and nosplash. Now, although Ubuntu successfully booted using all three options, the performance and graphics of the OS is like booting from recovery mode. So, what should I do to solve this problem?
P.S: My laptop's 'L' key and "Enter"/"Return" key does not work, so keep in mind that when giving helpful suggestions/solutions