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I suspect the issue is the result of a bug, since I cannot find another cause. At least as a workaround the background script below could be used. The script does the job on my system, but you'll have to try and see. If it doesn't work on your system, we can switch to xrandr to specifically switch of per monitor, but this is the simplest option. Resources? ...


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I had a similar issue, it seems a little picky about what it will connect to. It wouldn't work with my monitor through a HDMI to DVI converter or in my TV through its second HDMI port, which is labled as a HDMI/DVI. It did however work in a different HDMI port (HDMI 1). So this is rather a long way of saying try a different port


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I tried to boot using HDMI and it fixed everything! inside BIOS I changed 'boot display' to HDMI It may solve your problem


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The issue was with the nvidia graphics driver.This can be fixed by following the steps below : 1.Run sudo apt-get purge nvidia-* 2.Run sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa 3.Run sudo apt-get update 4.Run sudo apt-get install nvidia-364 Reboot and your graphics issue should be fixed.


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Install the proprietary drivers from Nvidia, since using proprietary drivers will most likely give you a boost and probably fix your issue. I don't know a lot about Nvidia since I am an AMD user, but at least for me, installing the proprietary drivers fixed all of my issues.



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