Praveen Singh         2 comments

Thee simplest and easiest way to correct this issue is to order Ubuntu to reset
the graphics configuration. Press and hold Control, Alt and F1. You should now
see a black and white screen with a prompt for your username and password.

Enter your username, press Enter, and then enter your password.Next, enter the following commands. Your password will be needed again.

$ sudo cd /etc/X11
$ sudo mv ./xorg.conf ./xorg.conf_old
$ sudo service gdm stop
$ sudo X -configure
$ sudo mv ./ ./xorg.conf
$ sudo reboot now

Ubuntu will reboot, and your login screen should be restored.

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