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According to a google search, there is a wireless switch on the right side near the SD card slot, this should remove the hard block


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You can't use Ubuntu comfortably with unity on this laptop because of a very weak GPU. I recommend to install Xubuntu or Lubuntu. These distro's do not require 3D acceleration for GUI working well.


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Thanks for all the hints and tips on here. Like other's, I've had issues on my Zenbook UX21E for years, while it was running Windows 7. I never upgraded the OS for years, other than the traditional MS updates. Under windows, the issue was confined to sudden shutdowns while pulling the AC power. (Honestly, I just thought it was a short in the power connector, ...


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This is because of the new systemd. try: systemctl enable rc-local.service To check status: systemctl status rc-local.service make sure that /etc/rc.local is executable and has #!/bin/sh in the first line.


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There seem to be a duplicate of the question here: Touchpad not recognized on Asus N550JK (FocalTech) but since the answer worked for me I will re-post it here: I finally came to this bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1372609 It seems FocalTech touchpad needs a specific driver, and that work is in progress to ...


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I had the same problem with my asus X550LA and I could not solve, but the upgrade from ubuntu 14.10 to 15.04 and all my drivers worked properly, including wifi.


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First check your card hwC0D0 or hwC1D0: In my laptop hwC0D0 is for intel hdmi and hwC1D0 is for realtek alc663. You can know it with hdajackretask first is hwC0D0. Modules in opensuse(not ubuntu) are snd_hda_intel not snd-hda-intel. So if you are not in ubuntu "options snd_hda_intel model=asus-mode4" is correct and not "options snd-hda-intel ...


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You need to update wireless driver. You can install it like this. sudo apt-get install git git clone https://github.com/lwfinger/rtlwifi_new.git cd rtlwifi_new make sudo make install Note: You will need to reinstall the driver after each kernel update.


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it's because battery save. it's better to install tlp http://www.webupd8.org/2014/03/tlp-05-released-install-it-in-ubuntu.html


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The process used to install the driver is: 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 It compiled for me perfectly on Ubuntu 15.04. I haven't the device so I can test no further.


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So if anyone else has problems with the mediatek mt7630e this worked for me: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1220146 Than look for Jakubs post. Thanks Ron for replying to my question.


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On the Acer website there are some variations on the specifications, some details would help. Anyway, even with the lowest performance hardware, I believe it can easily run the latest LTS release. In the worst case scenario, you can install a lighter desktop enviorment like lxde, xfce or mate.


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I created a 14.10 hotkey, and I copied a bootia32.efi file in the EFI/BOOT directory. After the installation was complete, I could only access the Grub menu. I hit c, and marked in the command line (autocompleted by hitting tab, so I do not remember the exact versions): linux (hd1,gpt2)/boot/vmlinuz-3.16-24-generic root=/dev/mmcblk0p2 reboot=force,pci ...


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The issue with the touchpad is caused by the trusty and utopic kernels not fully supporting it. Full support for that touchpad is available in kernel 4.0+ so I would recommend downloading and installing the latest stable kernel (currently 4.0.3) onto your system and testing it out, it works flawlessly on my UX303LAB laptop. mkdir /tmp/kernel-mainline_4.0.3 ...


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First try pressing Ctrl+Alt+F1, this should give you a text login. Log in as yourself. What I think has happened is a partial update, for whatever reason. So do the following to ensure it's finished: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo reboot Hopefully after your reboot it will work, If not we can try installing ubuntu-desktop which will ...


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touch works fine in 15.04. also got the bluetooth keyboard working out of the box. still cant rotate the screen though. fixed the rotation with help here: How can I rotate my display in the most easy way?


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The best solution is reverting your kernel to the version 3.13.xx. I did it and now its working. You can install it from the software center and use it with advanced options from the grub startup page.



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