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Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby Helper » 2019-08-11 15:02

I dual booted Debian 10.0.0 with windows 10 and right after installing Debian I selected Debian on the grub menu.

But I now see a red then green then blue color screen in a loop.

My PC is HP ProOne 400 G2 non-touch all-in-one.

I don't know what other information I should provide. Ask me if you need more information.
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby ruwolf » 2019-08-11 17:32

Are you able to run rescue mode?
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby stevepusser » 2019-08-11 17:51

Do you see any text scroll by as it boots, or does it go straight into the messed up graphics?

If straight into messed up mode, is that frozen or show movement?

Can you hit the Esc key after booting to get it to show anything, or <Ctl> <Alt><F1> after a minute or two to get to a text mode login?

And since this is a hardware issue, if you could install a hardware profile tool on Windows and give us the result, that'll help a lot.
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby Helper » 2019-08-11 18:26

ruwolf wrote:Are you able to run rescue mode?


Even in rescue mode the same thing happens.
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby Helper » 2019-08-11 18:30

stevepusser wrote:Do you see any text scroll by as it boots, or does it go straight into the messed up graphics?

If straight into messed up mode, is that frozen or show movement?

Can you hit the Esc key after booting to get it to show anything, or <Ctl> <Alt><F1> after a minute or two to get to a text mode login?

And since this is a hardware issue, if you could install a hardware profile tool on Windows and give us the result, that'll help a lot.


No text.

I'm not sure what you mean by Frozen or show movement

About esc and Ctrl alt f1 i will tell you tommorow.

Could you please suggest a hardware profile tool and the steps to use it.
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby Helper » 2019-08-12 09:40

stevepusser wrote:Do you see any text scroll by as it boots, or does it go straight into the messed up graphics?

If straight into messed up mode, is that frozen or show movement?

Can you hit the Esc key after booting to get it to show anything, or <Ctl> <Alt><F1> after a minute or two to get to a text mode login?

And since this is a hardware issue, if you could install a hardware profile tool on Windows and give us the result, that'll help a lot.


Looks like this: https://imgur.com/a/0pR50UG
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Re: Debian showing red green blue screen

Postby stevepusser » 2019-08-13 17:09

Could you please suggest a hardware profile tool and the steps to use it.


Pick one: https://www.lifewire.com/free-system-in ... ls-2625772
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