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I have solved purchasing a wifi external adapter (in my case a MediaTek 802.11 n WLAN), and totally disable the internal wireless card. I have tried this with Ubuntu 16.04, but I think that it's the same with previous versions. Try following this steps: 1) Open a terminal window. 2) Digit:sudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf 3) In gedit editor, ...


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I'm wondering about this too. Ubuntu based distrubutions always do this to me. Manjaro is the only one that I haven't had this happen before. The only fix I know is is using xrandr -s 1920x1080 -r 60 Do you by any chance use 144hz monitor?


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I have been working on exactly the same problem, and apparently after trying about 26 different linux installations, the eMMC card of the Acer won't accept any of them. So, I proceeded to install back the Windows 10 on it. I downloaded an image, and followed this guide to create the Win bootable usb http://onetransistor.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/make-bootable-...


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I had an Aspire 5720Z, and suffered the exact same issue. I was actually dual-booting with Vista at the time, so applying the BIOS update was not an issue for me. For you though, you should try running the update EXE inside of Windows PE. Might not get you anywhere, but it's worth a shot. Disclaimer: It is possible (not likely) that doing this ^^^ could ...


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I had the same problem for my aspire e15 i follow this solution and works for me Boot and Shutdown Issues on Aspire E 11 model E3-111-C0WA


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Try this: Click the speaker icon in the top right of the desktop screen. Click sound settings. Under output, make sure it is set on the device that you want to play sound through. (I also had this problem when switching from Windows 10)



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