Trouble Installing Ubuntu on Intel Machines

Hi,  I have 6.06 version of Ubuntu Dapper Drake CD.I used the CD to install Ubuntu on various Intel Machines  but as soon as system reads the CD,it shows some lines on monitor and get stuck.I tried it with 5 different Intel  machines(P-111 and p1V) in our office.May be there is some configuration problem which I am missing. We are planning to migrate all machines in our office to Ubuntu.It would be great if someone could help us in resolving this problem.May be its picking up 810 while our motherboard driver is 845.ThanksKapil BhatiaDelhi,India

Also have such problem

By chance, I also got stucked in front of striped screen. Uh!..I have installed 6.10 Efty Edge on Intel Celeron 1.7GHz, video GeForce MX400, 768Mb DDR.The installation process was pretty clear, except few fall downs of my hard drive. When the system loads, it seems to be ok, but (ehm..) when it logs on, pale-brown screen becomes striped. I think, there must be the logo of Ubuntu, or smth like that, but it all striped, shakes, and drives me crazy =(I suppose there is a trouble with videocard drivers, but how do I update them?Looking forward for your comments.

Screen res confused?

Have you got Knoppix?There was a cool screen rez selector in its boot up that let you try different settings until you [got rid of the lines] got what you liked.There are probably switch arguments you can give to boot into the res you want if you know what they are.

Actually, I've got Ubuntu =)

Actually, I've got Ubuntu, not Knoppix =) AFAIC, Knoppix is a different OS, isn't it? (I'm so laa-ame...) =) Maybe I could manage resolution in Ubuntu somehow indeed? Anybody knows?But I suppose, thres not a res problem...

Just another cat skinning

Just another cat skinning Niketas.Use Knoppix to find the right rez then search for the Ubuntu switch for that rez.

Worth a try

Hope this helps Boot to rescue (text) mode sudo nano /boot/grub/menu.1st on kernel line, add "vga=771" (without the quotes) to kill the flashing boot screen ctrl-x to save sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg Yes detect video hardware i8xx No kernel framebuffer device interfacevideomodes 1024x768 800x600 640x480Monitor refresh rate 1024x768 @ 60Hz sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf In the screen section change the defaultdepth to 16: DefaultDepth 16 SubSection "Display" Depth 16 Modes "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480" EndSubSection sudo shutdown -r now