The Kernel parameter for different display cards is :
Intel display card -
nVidia display card -
Boot up - Live CD
Step 1 :
Bootup and press any key at the screen of a little keyboard and a human with a circle at the bottom of the screen.
Step 2 :
Step 3 :
Append one of the above Kernel parameter at the end of the command line.
Step 4 :
Select try out Ubuntu (i.e. the first option of the boot menu).
Boot up - after installation
You may also encounter blank screen after installation with the above method.
Step a :
Bootup with Live CD and follows the Step (1) to (4) as above mentioned.
Step b :
After bootup, mount the hard drive at the "
Step c :
Open a terminal and issue the following command -
sudo nano /etc/default/grub
Step d :
Locate the following line and append the Kernel parameter and make the output looking like as the following if you have an Intel display card -
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i915.modeset=1"
Step d(1) : (Optional)
sudo nano /boot/grub/grub.cfg
Locate the "
linux" tag and add the parameter at the end of "
quiet splash". Then jump to Step f.
Step e :
Save and exit. Then issue the following command -
Step f :
Then reboot the system without Live CD.
If Step a to f does not work, just do Step a, b, d(1) and then jump to Step f.
That's all! See you.