insert the DVD-live
in the grub press TAB to edit boot
you well see somthing like this file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper initrd=/casper/initrd.gz
add xforcevesa noapic noapci nosplash irqpoll -- after initrd.gz
it works fine for me,,
Thanks ALL !
ok i well explain it for you ..
bt5 is beseid on ubuntu 10.4 am i correct ?
ubuntu 10 had a problem in old intel and nevedia cards..
when you install xorg-server >>this is before installing gnome or kde ..
you need to install vesa-driver pakage ,,so if you had a problem with the vesa driver (or it dosent work)
you well need to edit the boot or kernel parameters to solove the problem ..
so you need to add the parameter XFORCEVESA this well force vesa-driver to work
the parameter NOPIC well STOP APIC service coz maybe its the problem
APIC service is for i/o your monetor ,keyboard, etc..
so on and so fort ..
i hope i cleared it out ..
and sorry for may bad English coz i talk ARABIC ^_^
Worked like a charm thank you
Worked like a charm at my end to, thank you very much..
1. Does this work on the 64bit version Gnome
2. Can one change the screen resolution after applying this fix, even if the BT is now working, it looks a bit odd on my laptop (think it has something to do with resolution, purhaps 1024x768)
Thx, work fine with bt5-k 64bits usb live