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Following commands: sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-generic git git clone https://github.com/kuba-moo/mt7630e.git cd mt7630e make sudo make install sudo modprobe mt76xx sudo depmod -a Works perfectly for me (asus tp500ln) ! thanks a lot ! i couldn't improve the original post because i am new on this plaform ^^ have a good day !


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I have a fresh install of 15.04, but the tip from the Arch Wiki worked in Ubuntu as well (I had Arch a short while ago but I missed a functioning Unity DE). Set the following line in your grub (/etc/default/grub): GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash video.use_native_backlight=0" The default of 3.16 and newer kernels is backlight=1. After editing the ...


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Try GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash pcie_aspm=force acpi_osi=" worked for me. I also did the 20-intel.conf fix and updated my kernel to 3.16 running 14.04 with kernal 3.16 on an Asus X551MA Here is the thread with details on each step; Fn+F5,F6 keys to adjust brightness doesn't work


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I had the same problem, and after looking around a lot I found that updating the BIOS it works, and, if I am not mistaken the sound bottons will work too. You need to update it to the 208, and it will work, dual finger scroll and everything, just one problem, if the laptop go suspended you will need to reboot to use it again. Go to the end of this page ...


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You need to install the driver. Run in terminal. Download THIS FILE to your home folder. Run in terminal tar -xf psmouse-etd0108.tar.gz sudo cp -r ~/psmouse-etd0108 /usr/src sudo apt-get install dkms sudo dkms install -m psmouse -v etd0108 sudo update-initramfs -u And reboot


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That is because wireless is also controlled also by asus_nb_wmi module. You can probably fix this wrong behavior by running sudo modprobe asus_nb_wmi wapf=4 If it helps, I will add how to make it permanent.


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It isn't specific of NVIDIA. What is been overheated are the CPU cores, and also started happening to me with Ubuntu 15.04 running Intel graphics. My brother also has an Intel graphics laptop, and suffers from this problem from a long time ago. Even when we changed the thermal paste for a high quality one (Artic Silver), the laptop is still shutting.


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I had the same issue in a Dell laptop when running Windows and Linux To get basic values about the battery performance, use in Linux acpitool -B or in windows Powercfg -energy Both commands can give you a lot of info about power consumption check man acpitool and powercfg /h What I think is the problem is that the OS Bios Hardware it is not getting ...


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Since you said that a screenshot shows normal colors, it is most likely a hardware problem. I would suggest testing on multiply machines to determine if its your machine's graphic card the cable or the monitor Though, I think it's the cable, try changing it.



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