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Open a terminal and execute the following commands : sudo apt update sudo apt install gksu gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub Add radeon.modeset=0 to this line -> GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" so that it reads -> GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.modeset=0" Save this change and update the GRUB configuration : sudo update-...
It may work fine and it may crash and burn. There's no real way of telling. Since the two computers are somewhat similar, you may have better luck than others, but there's still no way of knowing. The best you can do is try and see. If it boots up, that's great. If it doesn't work, your only option is really to manually transfer things over.
I suggest that you try, from a terminal: sudo -i echo "options rtl8723be ant_sel=1" > /etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf exit Reboot and tell us if the performance is improved.
We have 2 types of drivers: Generic 3rd party The generic drivers are used to install your system and generally are enough to get daily tasks done. For high graphics usage, gaming, you probably need the 3rd party driver. All 3rd party drivers that have been tested and are deemed working are installable from the 'additional drivers' option. If you ...
I provide you with a generic answer, short of being able to thoroughly troubleshoot yr issue. Being generic the answer is long. Assuming that: yr networked scanner is switched on. yr device is connected to: a) the network as a stand alone LAN device (direct LAN-setup). b) a computer and shared over the network: that computer is referred to as the LAN-...
Here's an alternate answer which doesn't disable 802.11n. Blacklist the acer_wmi module. Create a file called /etc/modprobe.d/acer_wmi.conf and put this inside of it: # acer_wmi conflicts with iwlwifi/nm which this HP x360 laptop uses # (Your name, today's date) blacklist acer_wmi By the way, I tried this on an HP Pavilion x360 Convertible m1-u001dx.
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