can someone please point me in the right direction here...
I have a Thinkpad T61 which had Mint 14 Xfce alongside XP.
sda1 is XP
(and what is now)
Apart from Wifi connection problems, it had been running sweet for perhaps a month when several days ago, the 'minimise', 'expand' and 'close' options from the upper window corner just ceased to be.
I searched on various sites but found no solution, so thought it was a bug and re-installed the Xfce 14 OS.
The new install had the exact same problem, along with the 'right click' also failing to work. Which would show the menu but when I moved the cursor onto the menu it would disappear! The only way to close windows was via, 'ctrl Q`.
So, after wasting a few days clicking various preference options and typing in more commands than I remember, I decided to once again format the partition, only this time install Xfce 13, which I had hoped would be more stable.
The stupid system only went and installed with the exact same problem, only now it is totally useless. If I open a window, it stays open until I shutdown.
I installed all the updates and let the system overwrite various alterations that it wanted to do.
What do I do now?
What is it?
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by Gazucha
on Sun Aug 18, 2013 9:25 pm, edited 1 time in total.