I installed Debian 7.3 along with Windows 7, on my Acer Travelmate 2480 (1.73-GHz Intel Celeron M, 80GB HDD, 1GB RAM, Mobile Intel 945GM/GU Express graphics). I downloaded Debian CD-1 and checked its MD5 hash,then I created a bootable USB using Unetbootin.
When I chose to boot Debian the execution was stopping at a line that says
pcspkr already registered ... aborting, and then I get a black screen and I can only reboot with Alt+Ctrl+Del.
I searched about this issue, and found a solution to add
nomodeset at the end of line that starts with
linux when I edit the boot commands in Grub using
e, this time it worked but Debian was booting only in text mode.
I'm aware that the issue is related to the graphics driver, but I'm new to Linux, so how can I use the text mode to fix this issue? Or is there any other solution?