I tried to install both Debian and Ubuntu last versions as virtual machines, but I couldn't use neither because of an issue with my Intel Pentium g4400. The fact is that Debian gives a white error screen with something like Something has gone wrong etc, while Ubuntu apparently loads the GUI but has several bugs. Only terminal mode worked properly. In the past, when I had an Intel Duo Core Duo, there wasn't any problem. What I have thought is that there are no drivers available for my Pentium g4400 gpu, the hd510 graphics series, but obviously I wish I'm wrong. Anybody can help me?

EDIT : I've just installed ubuntu 13.04 (32-bit) and I have no problems with the graphics. The only thing is that it's a bit slow but I think it's normal. However I run it on VirtualBox, Windows 10 10.0.14393, 8GB DDR4 RAM, Pentium g4400.


I have the same processor and Openmandriva LX 3 works fine, the only problem is it´s too slow to start (I have installed in a SATA HDD).

I tried Manjaro, freya, Mint and Opensuse and it didn´t work, I guess the problem is the kernel version, Openmandrive use 4.6.5.

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  • I'll try tu run a linux system with that kernel version then – UrbiJr Nov 27 '16 at 12:14

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