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Old 18th May 2012, 06:55 PM
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Screen goes black and computer beeps

Hi guys!
Im a new fedora user (had some love with other distros). I updated the os and installed drivers and stuff, installed cinnamon latest version for F16 and customized it but i decided to make my windows partition the default for the bootloader and then i rebooted loaded the kernel and after the bar loads the screen goes black,flashes for a second and then it starts beeping in a delay of 1 second. Any ideas ? I think i can see the problem if setting up the bootloader to boot in with text only but there i saw it loads all the drivers and stuff with no problem....

Btw: When booting it writes out 5 times some stuff about video drivers but it happenned before i could boot so i dont think this is the problem
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