I’m sorry for the language, but I fucked up the whole laptop. I was gonna turn it off but by mistake I hit Change Video Driver instead of Turn Off. That made it to totally fuck up the video driver and it seems there is no way to reset it. To go into a previous boot environment can’t be done and won’t probably help. So all what is left is a harddrive format and reinstallation.
This will take me a lot and lot of time, many many hours, probably days to get it back to the state I want to have it and I have no back-up. On the other hand Life Preserver wouldn’t have helped anyway since the whole system has gone to hell. Symantec Ghost maybe could have done it, but A. I haven’t done one, and, B. I don’t think it’s possible to do it on TrueOS. I tried it ones on PC-BSD but it didn’t work, it just made the system crash. It’s probably just meant for Windows.
I don’t blame you guys, I’m the idiot my self here and the one who shall be, and will be kicked in the ass here. I just don’t understand why you have that option at the turn off button on the login screen? That is the most dangerous system killing option on the system that should be really well hidden since it destroys the system.
Well, hopefully this reinstallation will take care of the crashing problem even if I doubt it since it will install the same system.
Anyway, I won’t have the time to fix it this week, maybe next if I’m lucky. I just hate my self for this and I definitely don’t look forward to the work