yes, I've solved the problem just yesterday, I'll write what I did to get everything working so I can share it with you.
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I didn't have a correct kernel module for my graphics driver which is "Nvidfia - GeForce MX4000".
There is two methods to install your Nvidia driver
1- download the appropriate driver fom the page:
the driver is a (.run file) named,for me , "NVIDIA-Linux-x86-96.43.16-pkg1.run".
2- you have to update your kernel, using the command
note: step 2 takes few minutes
3- To begin installation, You have to close the X server, as root use the following command
so the GUI is closed and you'll enter he black shell screen
4- Start installation using
5- To check that the driver is properly installed, in the shell write the command
--> you should see a graphical view showing three moving gears.
Another check is to open the following file using kwrite
you'll find the following lines
if the driver is "nv" or "vesa" --> you did nothing !
2- Install ELrepo as a third party repository
yum install yum-priorities
3- Start installation
4- You are done!
yum --disablerepo=\* --enablerepo=elrepo install kmod-nvidia nvidia-x11-drv