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I can't get past the login screen after starting my computer. The wallpaper blinks shortly, and then I'm out again.

Says no Nvidia graphics adapter found in syslog. I have AMD graphics card, not nvidia.

  • I tried this as well, as also can not log in but the Answer above did not help :( ANy other ideas? – Sam Apr 22 at 23:53
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Maybe try this way...
1. Press ALT-Control-F1 and use ASCII login
2. Type mv ~/.config ~/.config.old
3. Press ALT-Control-F7 to back to the origin screen and login again

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  • Didn't work. I'm not the only one with this problem. The other one had to reinstall the OS after sitting with this for many hours – qtjCH5pLao6 Sep 26 '19 at 12:07
  • Or reinstall your graphic adapter. – Nan-Hung Hsieh Sep 26 '19 at 12:12
  • I created a recovery disk and logged in to the graphical screen for root today. I think this is just a major bug in the log in screen code. Edit: To clarify, I logged in without going through the login screen, so that should rule out other issues. – qtjCH5pLao6 Sep 26 '19 at 12:42

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