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Aug 2, 2011

The story was starting newbie named cassamovefall installing graphic driver for his new Debian Squeeze. Here his uname -r : 2.6.38-bpo.2-686-bigmem He use Dell N4110 notebook, with specs : Core I5-2410M & Dual Graphics ( Intel HD 3000 & ATI Radeon HD 6630M with codename TURKS )

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He had tried kinds driver to install it; from fglrx, ati, radeon & radeonhd ; and also with kind ways. But they are gave same result, when login screen should appear, but it didn't. It's just showed blank black screen with blinking '_' (underscore) at top left. This is his Xorg.0.log when using radeon driver, via recovery-mode (text based) :

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