|I was given a thirdhand Compaq Presario recently and installed Ubuntu Handy Heron on it & it's been working great. The only other thing I've done is install some RAM.|
I used it for a couple weeks, then moved it across the room, unplugging all the cables and setting everything up again in a similar fashion. Only now, instead of booting up as normal, it's telling me that my graphics card can't be read correctly. If I attempt to configure the card or just continue as normal, the computer goes to a solid grey screen (not off entirely). The only other option is to shut down.
I've been told to try to reconnect the graphics card, but I think everything is attached to the motherboard/CPU unit without much room for me to fiddle around. What can I do?