I'm new to Linux Mint and Linux in general, which is the cause of my post here.
Concerning my setup, I'm running a dual-boot system with XP and Linux Mint miniKDE (Daryna) edition. I'm currently booting through GRUB.
Mint will not boot through normal method
Cause [this is best guess, not certainty]:
Yesterday I attempted to set up a wireless network. After utilizing ndisgtk to load my wireless driver I received the notice "Hardware Present: Yes". However, through iwconfig, my wlan0 connection was slated as not being present. After doing some troubleshooting I decided to go ahead and proceed with appending ndiswrapper to /etc/modules. I believe it is due to this that Mint will not boot.
Is it possible to go through recovery mode to edit /etc/modules so that I can remove ndiswrapper (if this is even the problem)? If so, what are the commands to do this, as I am not familiar with utilizing Linux commands in recovery mode?
Thanks for your time and help.