Ubuntu loading freezes before arriving at GDM screen

Asked by francis

My system specs:

AMD Athlon X2 3800+ AM2
Jetway NF6100 - 405 MCP Chipset
80 GB Sata 2 HDD
512 MB DDR2 PC4300 533
Palit Geforce 7300 GT sonic

I have created 3 partitions on my 80 gb sata2 hdd. 1 primary partition for xp and 2 logical partitions for ubuntu Feisty root partition and swap file space. I have successfully installed ubuntu using the noapic option, but the problem is i cannot use ubuntu, it freezes before arriving to gdm login screen.

Pls help someone.

Thanx

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francis (frdr09) said :
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I also tried the adding the nolapic option in the grub menu by selecting the kernel then pressing 'e' then i booted the kernel and when it was loading it only showed a black screen, no gdm login screen and then and then a blue screen appeared saying my my xorg wasnt configured correcltly or there's a problem

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Jo-Erlend Schinstad (joerlend.schinstad) said :
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right. You get a command line, right? You can write stuff? Try this sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
That will run a wizard that will help you configure X properly, and if you're lucky, it will run just fine afterwards. Provided you give sensible information, of course. When the wizard is finished, just type startx.

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francis (frdr09) said :
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Thank you sir for time and concern. I already figured out the problem. I just installed nvidia-glx-new using the command line. And now my ubuntu works great.Thanx