I have gone through countless threads on the following error and none have helped.
Your screen, graphics card, and input device settings could not be detected correctly. You will need to configure these yourself.
I have tried countless things but nothing works. This pops up every time I reboot. The computer was running fine then all of a sudden it crashed and I got this error.
I can enter recovery mode, mount the system read/write, go to the root shell, connect to the internet and run apt-get.
As said above, I have already tried lots of solution from other forums, what I decided now is to reinstall all packages related to this.
How can I make a list of thing to reinstall with apt-get? Like everything related to the "screen, graphics card, and input device settings" part.
Or could I even re-install completely all system files (preserving my programs) from this command line?
As alternative, I'd install a different Ubuntu version (also from recovery mode). I have space in the HDD.