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Your problem is one of two things: 1. Your computer's network adaptor is the issue, this means that you computer keeps disconnecting from the network. This can be solved by contacting the company you got the computer from. Or 2. You router is loosing connection to the internet, this means that all the devices loose connection to the internet but stay ...


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I used to get this on my computer, I dont know why this happens but the solution that worked for me was to disconnect from your internet and reconnect and re-enter that code to access your internet.


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Hey sorry if this is to late, not sure if youve solved this or not but for anyone having trouble still the solution is to upgrade your linux kernel, however if you are running Chrubuntu, you will get an error since the new kernel is not compatible, to get around this you should look into Sea-Bios legacy boot, it essentially is GRUB and allows you to install ...


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Test this: Boot your pc from the HD. Extract the usb drive. Open a terminal. CtrlAltT. Run it: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install reinstall grub-pc grub-pc-bin grub-common grub-install /dev/sda grub-install --recheck /dev/sda update-grub reboot This procedure is for non-UEFI bios. For UEFI procedure is: sudo -i apt-get update apt-get install ...


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How to unmute the auto muted speakers for acer? I don't know if it's applicable to other laptop. Just try the instructions or the flow of the instructions for non-acer laptop user. Go to "Start" menu and click "Control Panel". Click "Hardware and Sound". Go to "Windows Mobility Center", and find the volume and unmute the speakers. Restart your laptop. I ...


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Download https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bx1gtf2oxwnv588/AADUBfza3w3e1YJKCufqeqZea?dl=0 cd Downloads sudo modprobe -r ath3k sudo modprobe -r btusb sudo mv /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/bluetooth/ath3k.ko /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/bluetooth/ath3k.ko.bak sudo mv /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/bluetooth/btusb.ko ...


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There is currently no support for your device. I suggest you add to the existing bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1383184


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We're just going to skip the semantics and assume you're using the 32 bit version of Ubuntu 14.04, as that's the version most new users download. If you're not using the 32 bit version of Ubuntu 14.04, this may cause a rip in the space-time continuum. Proceed with caution. You'll have to use a Linux kernel that has compatibility with your touchpad. There ...


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Not exactly an Ubuntu related question, or answer, but... you can replace a laptop screen for as little as $50. (search for D270). I did this with my Thinkpad T510 recently. I also have that netbook but not with HDMI output, it's pretty slow. It can't play youtube videos full screen without getting choppy so I don't think you're going to be very impressed ...


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How much RAM do you have? I've always had the best luck with VLC on ubuntu. You will still need to make sure you have the restricted extras installed. Ubuntu doesn't come with the media codecs to playback a lot of stuff unless you check the box. Can you describe what makes the mp3 unlistenable? can you also provide some system monitor screenshots during ...


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Microsoft Secure Boot is a component of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system that relies on the UEFI specification’s secure boot functionality to help prevent malicious software applications and "unauthorized" operating systems from loading during the system start-up process. While there is some concern that Microsoft Secure Boot will make it difficult to ...


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Have you tried using Rufus? (https://rufus.akeo.ie/downloads/), I have successfully installed triple OS (win 8, ubuntu, kali) on my laptop HP 14 (UEFI boot too). I made Kali and Ubuntu bootable flashdrives with Rufus. You can search the tutorial. Thanks


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Download https://www.dropbox.com/s/14wqp7t8u2026ds/test1.zip?dl=0 and extract it to /home so you have a test1 folder in home and enter the rest in terminal sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-firmware cd test1 cp /usr/src/linux-headers-$(uname -r)/Module.symvers Module.symvers make all sudo modprobe -r ath3k sudo modprobe -r btusb sudo mv ...


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First entirely undo the current setting: Remove the tick for Disable touchpad while typing in Mouse & Touchpad settings. Now search for and open Startup Applications from the Dash. Click Add. Name: Syndaemon Command: syndaemon -i 1.0 -K -R -t Comment: Disable touchpad while typing, with a reasonable delay and only for tapping and scrolling The -i ...


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You can create a file ~/.xsessionrc which will apply settings on login. echo 'xinput --enable "Your Touchpad Name"' >> ~/.xsessionrc


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It is possible you may have accidentally pressed fn + f7 on accident, this disables the track pad. Just press fn +f7 and see if it works. If not: Before we go creating scripts, let's try this first. Open the Terminal (ctrl + alt + t) cd /etc/modprobe.d/ sudo nano options.conf In the text editor, type: options psmouse proto=imps Save the file, ...


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I did something similar just a while ago but I disabled my touchpad on startup. Type xinput in Terminal and find your touchpad's name -- mine was "ETPS/2 Elantech Touchpad". Add xinput --enable "Your Touchpad Name" to Startup Applications.



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