That confirms what I discovered by surfing for the information. A GeForce 6150SE.
Please, can you copy and post the output of /var/log/Xorg.0.log to the site SUSE Paste and submit it and then post here the website/URL address that it gives you.
Now if you are impatient wait for my review of that large file, then as brunomcl noted, you could try an older version of the AMD proprietary graphic driver. ie go to the web site noted :
Note: Ensure you have installed the applications gcc, make and kernel-source and kernel-syms where it is IMPERATIVE/ESSENTIAL that the version number of kernel-source and kernel-syms matches the version number of your kernel. If it does not you are likely wasting yours and everyone elses time (who may be trying to help).
Then run “yast2” (you can run yast in text mode with root permissions if X window not available) and navigate to yast > System > /etc/sysconfig Editor > System > Kernel > NO_KMS_IN_INITRD and change it to “yes”. This takes a minute or two to save once changed is submitted.
Then open (with root permissions) the file /etc/modprobe.d/50-backlist.conf and blacklist the nouveau driver by adding a line at the end of that file that states:
and then reboot your PC to the run-level-3 full screen text mode , which you do by restarting, and when the very 1st grub boot splash menu selection menu comes up when rebooting, type ‘nomodeset 3’ so that ‘nomodeset 3’ (no quotes) appears in the options line. With those boot codes select a regular boot.
That will take you to a full screen login.
Login as a regular user. Once logged in type ‘su’ (no quotes) and enter root password.
Lets assume this is a 32-bit openSUSE install. Then navigate to where the downloaded file NVIDIA-Linux-x86-260.19.44.run is located and then run (with root permissions):
sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-260.19.44.run -q
and acknowledge the various cautions you are given. Pay careful attention any errors (take a pix of them with your digital camera).
When it completes, ignore what it states about openSUSE, and instead restart with (root permissions):
shutdown -r now
and this time when rebooting do NOT type ‘nomodeset’. Let us know if that works ?
Note the nVidia driver we were using as an example can always be uninstalled with:
sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-260.19.44.run --uninstall
The ‘260’ is an OLD version of the proprietary driver. You could try newer versions, although user brunomcl cautions they don’t work (for him).
p.s. Did I say to ensure you have installed the applications gcc, make and kernel-source and kernel-syms where it is IMPERATIVE/ESSENTIAL that the version number of kernel-source and kernel-syms matches the version number of your kernel ? If I did not, please take note of that.