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    Default problem with BT

    i noticed after installing the nivida driver in my dell XPS notebook M1210 that every time i HIT the FN to increasing or decrease the LCD light intensity the screen goes blank and the system hangs , I had to force reboot unfortunately BT fails to reboot again and it suggests that I use e2feck -b 8193 (device) .
    and i had to reinstall BT again.

    any suggestions guys .

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradox_nz View Post
    i noticed after installing the nivida driver in my dell XPS notebook M1210 that every time i HIT the FN to increasing or decrease the LCD light intensity the screen goes blank and the system hangs , I had to force reboot unfortunately BT fails to reboot again and it suggests that I use e2feck -b 8193 (device) .
    and i had to reinstall BT again.

    any suggestions guys .

    thanks
    In the future that e2feck command syntax is similar to check disk in windows and all you have to do is boot you live cd and chroot in to your hard drive and execute the commands. Next time ask before reinstalling.

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    Cool

    thanks what about the main problem ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradox_nz View Post
    thanks what about the main problem ?
    Can you post your xorg.conf file?... I may be able to give you some input
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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    Its probably something to do with acpi as well imo.

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    Unhappy ?

    thanks swc666 but dont forget that i am nob how u want me to post it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by hatake_kakashi View Post
    Its probably something to do with acpi as well imo.

    what da .....?

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