Hello, you're help is much appreciated.
I went to reinstall LXLE 32-bit because of display issues. I had tried out a game and it mirrored on my two monitors. When I was done with the game the displays remained mirrored. Normally I just log out and then log in and the problem is fixed. But this time I went and messed with the display properties and as a result something got corrupted, because when I loged in I had mirrored displays. I could put it back to normal, but it would not stay.
So I put up with this for a while and then I decided to go to the extreme and do a reinstall of LXLE.
So I did the reinstall and soon realized that things were not right. I was having problems with password permissions. Some program I was using was jammed up. So I killed it, but to my dismay I killed the wrong thing. I don't even know what it was called, because I'm a Linux Loser. But after that things did not display properly after that. Pages would be mostly whited out. But anyway I then ditched LXLE for the time being and am now using Bodhi Linux 32-bit. The screens go black about once a minute, lockup and minimise to the panel. The mouse is still functional. Some of the icons have disappeared from the menu and panels. This does not lead to crashing, just locking. I don't even know is 'reload' is the right term. The screen goes black for a second. Sometimes things stay hidden in the panel.
So when I tried to install LXLE from a USB stick, this was some of the screen read out:
7.532280 usb 1-8 unable to read config index
no caching mode page found
/init : line 3: can't open /dev/sr0: no medium found
10.476029 blk_update request: I/0 error, dev fd0 sector 0
unmount: can't unmount /cdrom: device or resource busy
stdin: not a typewriter
adduser: The user ‘qwerty’ already exists.
In: /root/user/sbin/anacron: File exists
In: /root/lib/systemd/system/cdrom.mount: FIle exists
Using cd-rom mount point /cdrom/
Some of the bold info may be a bit off because I recored a video of the USB boot-up and then took notes, it was a little blurry.
Okay, I think I'm done now. Thanks for your help with this.
Edited by Linux Loser, 01 February 2017 - 05:35 PM.