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I think it is not Intel adapter crashing, but the problem is with the open source Nvidia driver. Install the correct driver by sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 Reboot and switch to Nvidia sudo prime-select nvidia Then log off and on. But I suspect that Intel will work OK too.


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To disable any hardware (nVidia or otherwise): Remove the hardware from the machine if you'll never need it again. (this includes removing nVidia, WiFi, ... hardware from laptops) If you only need the hardware infrequently: disable it in the BIOS (that's how I run with my nVidia card: enable it when needed) If your set-up, doesn't allow you to ...


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The Atom™ line of CPU's with the integrated Cedarview graphics are rather pathetic in terms of performance. I've used my Acer D270 netbook with 15.04 and it functions but I've never enjoyed the experience. (I'd rather use an I3 any day of the week). I would agree with @bodhi.zazen that moving to lubuntu or xubuntu would provide a far more acceptable ...


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I feel really stupid as its been like 5min since I posted my question. I solved it! I just deleted my xorg.conf file . All my 3d effects and my monitor started working .I'm guessing that that file got added by one of the packages I installed along the way while playing around. I hope that this helps someone in the future .


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Technically, the sky is the limit. Open CUDA is a rapidly developing community moving toward using the GPU for everything. It tends to center around graphics because that's one area that requires enormous processing, but there are many other uses, like math, parallel computing, cluster computing, and more. ...


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$ xrandr | grep connected 2:DisplayPort-1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 3:HDMI-3 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 4:DVI-0 connected 1680x1050+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 474mm x 296mm Xorg only knows about 3 video outputs. $ ls -l /sys/class/drm total 0 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 0 Jan 24 ...


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I had the same issue, that I wasn't able to install Ubuntu 15.10 on my new Thinkpad. Therefore I add here my solution to the problem, because it could help someone. I tried different kernel parameters in the boot options and I got it to work when I replaced quiet splash --- with: i915.preliminary_hw_support=1 nouveau.blacklist=1 edd=on nolapic ...


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I have experienced the same problem on my T420. In my case, everything is fine at first. After playing for a few minutes, the notebook gets hot and the framerate drops. The same symptomps show, when playing HD flash videos. After spending numerous hours searching online for answers I stumbled upon an article in the Thinkwiki: The following boot options ...


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Nothing works... When you switch to 'Intel HD530' there is a freeze and a reboot. It is necessary to wait for a stable kernel. Details of my configuration: Intel 6700HQ (Intel HD530), DEXP H168 Ubuntu 15.10 Kernel 4.4.0.999 [19.01.2016] Intel_Graphic 1.2.1 Nvidia-352 (Prime) $ lspci | grep VGA (00:02.0) VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation ...


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In SMPlayer: Options->Preferences->Video select Output driver other than xv. For example: gl. And try to play your video again. Hope it helps) In VLC: Tools->Preferences->Video Uncheck Accelerated video output(Overlay)


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A graphics processing unit (GPU), also occasionally called visual processing unit (VPU), You can also use to see its output: lspci -vnn | grep VGA -A 12 Or lshw -numeric -C display or video or lspci | grep -E "VGA|3D" Output: 05:07.0 VGA compatible controller: XGI Technology Inc. (eXtreme Graphics Innovation) Z7/Z9 (XG20 core)



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