Well, that's no good, I noticed that the third option was the eeepc option,
which is what it boots up into, and when I tried the the 5th option, it doesnt
pick up the wireless network at all, its as if its isnt even installed.
The funny thing, as I have already mentioned, even though I click on the 3rd
option, the eeepc kernel, it shows I'm running
not eeepc. So, I am really confused why that is happening. Hope its not
confusing to you.
Michael Holloway wrote:
Try booting with the 3rd and/or 5th option. It is likely that the 3rd option
was the last good kernel.
Hi, well, it does seem that attachments arent allowed, but the owner has
kindly attached it to this url, and I'll post that now, for you to look