I have a PC with 2 HDD:
- 1 of 120 GB SDD (with Windows 7)
- 1 of 2 TB (for all my data)
Now, I partitioned the SDD in two, so I could install my Linux distributions.
No problem until here. I write my ISO on CD/DVD, go on with the Live-CD, install all the things and, when I reboot, I see GRUB where I can choose from Windows or the Linux distribution.
The problem comes here: when I try to start ANY of the distributions (Fedora, OpenSUSE, etc.) I get a black or white screen. With Fedora I was getting a flashing thing on my monitor.
I guess the problem comes with my graphics card (an ATI 6800 Series). But why is it that I can use a Live CD without problems?
And how can I solve this thing?
P.S. At some point I managed to install Ubuntu/Kubuntu on my PC, so I am sure 100% that is possible to make it work, the problem is: I don't want to use these distributions.