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I have a Seagate 1TB 5400RPM 64MB SATA 9,5MM Laptop Thin SSHD 8GB Flash, ST1000LM014 in my Samsung laptop, works perfectly and the speed up is noticeable. In theory this kind of disks should be perfectly equivalent to a normal disk at least at the basic "it works" level (it can create problems in seek optimization, but this is not in my experience). There ...


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Hi it may be obvious but have you cleaned out your old images? The old superseded ones do stick around and they do take up space. Fire up synaptic and search for "linux-image" and click on installed. If you have a loooooong list of images with ascending numbers you need to delete all but the ones with numbers lower than the last two with the highest number. ...


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See: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2323500 It may be that your CD/DVD/BD player is plugged into the wrong connector. Check the manual for your motherboard. It's possible that you have your optical drive plugged into an ASMedia connector instead of a SATA connector. ASMedia only supports AHCI mode (data drives).


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Steps for solving hp 1018 problems sudo apt-get remove hplip* sudo apt-get install hannah-foo2zjs printer-driver-foo2zjs-common printer-driver-foo2zjs sudo getweb 1018 reconect printer, no need for restart


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A bit more ram may help but I can say I run a phenom 2 820 i think .. its a quad core 2.8ghz I run a server that runs an android-x86 and Windows 10 VM and a bunch of other stuff and it seems to handle it fine but I did have to bump up my ram to 16g for all I'm running. Its a bit slow on boot and if Windows 10 is chugging along it can be a bit unresponsive ...


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It will run fine. I would prefer xubuntu for a touch of a lighter system, but in the end the ram eaters will be the applications like Firefox, whatever system (windows, (x)ubuntu) you are running. And I would recommend 16.04 of course,since it is the current lts version.


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System beep sounds on boot usually are not controlled by Ubuntu (or any other OS). In most BIOS we have beep codes to indicate hardware issues on boot which will be played on a tiny speaker on the motherboard. Some BIOS allow configuring the internal speaker, e.g.: On a desktop computer we can also physically remove the beeper from the motherboard: ...


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I have not tried what Jon Delano posted above but... I tried installing the nvidia proprietary driver on a USB with a "save changes" partion so it would save my changes in the Live session, and after installing the Nvidia driver the computer now boots, and everything seems to two work expect the stuff highlighted by Jon Delano above :) I'm guessing the boot ...


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I am using these boot parameters to boot 16.04 on my GL552VW: i915.preliminary_hw_support=1 nouveau.modeset=0 acpi_osi=! acpi=0 acpi_backlight=vendor idle=nomwait My touchpad requires me to boot twice to get the pointer to display. I am trying to figure that out. Modify 10_linux in /etc/grub.d line 177 put in after ro and before ${arg} and then sudo ...



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