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Try it temporarily while booting up. If you installed the proprietary drive "nomodeset" will not work. You can try it while booting up by pressing E to edit the Debian entry in the boot loader. Then find the line that ends in 'quiet'. It starts with something kernel or linux I believe; I can never remember which. Appends a space and nomodeset and then press ctrl+x to boot. If everything works you will need to use nomodeset permanently. I can help with that if this ends up working.
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