nick wrote:At the terminal try "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg"
and follow instructions
This did not work.. It said it was over writing something, and could not.
nick wrote:If that fails, try "sudo envy -t"
and then the above
I tried this, and reinstalled the ATI driver. No dice. I removed the ATI driver, no dice. I did ATI manually, and choose the new legcy option. It rebooted, and WHAM!! I got my GUI!!! What happened? I did install quake 4? Could that of caused my issue? I tried to remove it, but I was not lucky!! I did sudo apt-get remove quake4, but It couldnt find it. Thats a whole other issue.
THANKS FOR GETTING ME BACK TO MY GUI!!!!
Have a wonderful holiday!!