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Try to boot holding the shift key. choose recovery mode at prompt. Once in recovery, do an update Grub. once done, back to the main menu, ro Resume. It should boot. It happens to me to.


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right. sorry dude-who-commented. it shows black screen in UEFI (no secureboot) and kernal panic in Legacy. 0x009 somthing. but now i have it sorted. it turns out EVil HP purposely released a bios update which screwed up acpi only for Linux. i downgraded Bios downloading the old bios and bam! ubuntu works! (typing from Kubuntu 16.04 Plasma 5) but for you all ...


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I was in a similar situation and i finally solved it today, following this guide. I didnt remove nouveau (step 3) because I think its unnecessary. I also skipped disabling gpu-manager (step 9). I installed the 364 driver so I added this to /etc/modprobe.d/bumblebee.conf: blacklist nvidia-364 blacklist nvidia-364-updates blacklist nvidia-experimental-364 ...


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I figured it out so I'm posting an answer for those who are stuck like me. Since pm-suspend worked perfectly for me, I edited this file: /etc/default/acpi-support Looked for this line: SUSPEND_METHODS="dbus-pm dbus-hal pm-utils" Changed it to this: SUSPEND_METHODS="pm-utils" Now it works like it should!


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This could solve your problem. I once had this problem and i solved it using this method: Open a terminal: Ctrl + Alt + t Open logind.conf by running command sudo vim /etc/systemd/logind.conf and remove the # before HandleLidSwitch=suspend. You can also change the option suspend to hibernate or poweroff Fix from Launchpad Bug #863834, comment #30: ...


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I have the same processor. Have you tried nomodeset? If you have an nvidia optimus machine like me probably nouveau is freezing the computer on boot.If that's the case you can try nouveau.modeset=0. In my case only this is needed. Nvidia is hostile to free open source drivers and newer cards are very problematic with nouveau. After that you should be able ...


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The AC adaptor is showing online, and the battery is discharging at zero rate. The battery charging logic is not under OS control. One of the many independent microcontrollers in your laptop controls the battery (along with a corresponding microcontroller in the battery itself) decide when and how to charge. At worst, your OS would not be correctly ...



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