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arochester

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It's telling you that your Linux does not fit your monitor.

Is this a new install or has it worked before?

What distro of Linux are you using? Does your computer have a MAKE and MODEL, or can you give the basic specs?

Is there a GPU/Video card? Have you installed the firmware/driver?
 

Luka Mirkovic

New Member
It's telling you that your Linux does not fit your monitor.

Is this a new install or has it worked before?

What distro of Linux are you using? Does your computer have a MAKE and MODEL, or can you give the basic specs?

Is there a GPU/Video card? Have you installed the firmware/driver?
This is my first time installing Linux.

And i'm using Ubuntu.

And i didn't installed drivers.
 

TechnoJunky

Active Member
Try nomodeset as Arochester suggests above. If you need more help, you're going to have to give us some info on your hardware setup. What video card do you have installed (or make/model of a pre-built computer like Dell Inspiron 5577) and what make/model/size monitor do you have?
 

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