So I managed to successfully dual-boot my lenovo ideapad 320 with windows 10 and parrot. Wndows came already installed, so I then decided to install Parrot. I believe the version I have is 4.2.2 but now whenever I close something, or open firefox, my screen does this
That is what it is supposed to look like. What do you mean?
It is most likely a driver issue. Until you find a fix have you tried pressing
ctrl + alt + f1 and then back with
ctrl + alt + f7 just as a quick workaround (if it works).
I am having the same issue! Mine worked worked absolutely fine until I did a dist-upgrade, now it does this. Hoping an answer pops up here.
ctrl+alt+f1 and then
ctrl+alt+f7 DID help, although I had to add
fn in there, as I am using a laptop. However this is not something I want to have to do constantly to be able to use parrot. but that is a very temporary fix
So for me (I am not OP but am facing the same issue), I discovered the problem was related to having 2 monitors. I was able to disable one monitor by using the ctl+alt+f1 and ctl+alt+f7 trick. Now my screen doesn’t glitch out.
However I still would like to find a solution so that I can use both screens, so if anyone has any ideas I am all ears.
But in my case, I’m only using one monitor. The integrated screen of my laptop.