Is anyone else seeing an over use of My computer boots to a black screen, what options do I have to fix it??
Half of the close reviews I see are close, duplicate of that question. That normally wouldn't be so bad, except at least half of those are only loosely related to the "parent" question.
I wonder how many people were scaring off cause there computer is in a state that won't boot, and they come on here to ask for help and people just close their question with a link to My computer boots to a black screen, what options do I have to fix it?
Some are legit duplicates, some are border line, but a few are just people not reading the question.
So rant aside, are people also seeing the same thing, an over use of "My computer boots to a black screen, what options do I have to fix it?"
black screen on boot (DVI) - Radeon 9550/9600/X1050 Series - Lubuntu 13.04 - Not the best posited question, but clearly not a common driver issue. It's a monitor or other issue. The key is after pressing reset it all works. A better course would have been to help the asker clarify the question and get the info we need.
Ubuntu 13.04 boots up with blank screen after update from 12.10 - This might be a legit duplicate, but the linked question isn't helping the asker. It was already closed by the time I saw it. It was in the re-open queue, I advised to open a new question as I thought it would be his best bet. That said a user read the linked question, got nowhere, and updated his question. But the point is. This user is left with no answer, and the perception that,as a community we don't care. I know questions aren't "for one person" but askubuntu isn't a wiki either it's something in between.