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Problema 8400gs en lion

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Buenas amigos tengo un problema... hace poco cree un topic porque no podia instalar lion peor ahora lo instale con iatkos l2 el problema surge que cuando enciende llega a la pantalla se seleccion de usuario bien pero luego... al iniciar sesion los graficos cambian se pone como con mucho contraste... pasando a negativo y claro no se ve muy bien... aqui les dejo unas imagenes por si a alguien le ha ocurrido esto... espero me puedan ayudar :D saludos



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prueba boot en 32 bits.


gracias... lo intentare... destaco que asi como esta todo distorsionado tiene aceleracion y todo... y puedo elegir resoluciones pero le puse otro nvenabler64 y me salen los graficos bien pero no hay aceleracion... y sin poder elegir resoluciones... cuando pruebe en 32 bits te cuento :)

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