Reboot Start again in recovery mode and select "root" option.
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In my case the GPU is a ION GT218 on an ASUS eee PC.
Start Mint in recovery mode so the mdm will not run. Remount the / in read and write mode : #mount -o remount,rw /dev/sda1 / (in my case root filesystems is /dev/sda1) Now edit /etc/default/grub and apply the change suggested above : GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="nouveau.blacklist=1 quiet splash" Remeber to update the grub with : # update-grub or comeback to recovery menu and select the "grub" option.
The resolution is about 640x480 though and inxi -x G says: drivers: nouveau (unloaded: fbdev,vesa) FAILED: nvidia Resolution: [email protected] There was no Nvidia X Server Settings.
I had to install nvidia-settings After rebooting, resolution was all right and inxi -x G confirmed nvidia running :) For some reason the background image was reset to default though.
What I already tried: probably is running out of ram but it doesn't matter because even if you were to install nvidia drivers on a live cd (which can be done using apt-get without the edgers ppa btw) they wouldn't start working until you reboot anyhow.