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I have freshly reinstalled 12.10 and have NOT updated.

After the last update on about March 26th I started getting usr/share/apport/apport-gpu-error-intel.py errors.

Reinstalled and updated same thing, so now I'm not updating and have no issues.

I am running a Lenovo G570 with Intel I3 and 2000 graphics.

How can I find out when this bug has been repaired and know I can start to update 12.10 again?

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Could you mention the complete output of the error? Also, you should say when it appears**. –  Lucio Apr 1 '13 at 22:45
    
No I can't unfortunately I did not record the information. –  Diogenes Apr 1 '13 at 23:27
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Same problem from Lenovo ThinkCentreEdge. For my case, after the update, desktop background had lines on it but after I wiped my mouse they disappeared and back to normal. Moreover, my computer was working a lot slower and often hanged so need to reboot. My solution is same as Diogenes, re-install Ubuntu and avoid updating.

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