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For new ASUS laptops and this model in particular you will need to edit /etc/default/grub file and add a xorg config. Run in terminal sudo -H gedit /etc/default/grub and edit this line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" to look like this GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash acpi_osi=" Run in terminal sudo update-grub Run in terminal sudo ...


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Install the following extension hope this works :) https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/231/brightness-control/


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I don't have the technical details for your CPU, but some but not all of these CPUs have PAE capability, but show no PAE flag (this can hinder installation as the software checks for the flag). There are a number of alternative methods discussed to get around this here. Be that as it may, I would simply boot from the Lubuntu 12.04 32-bit live disk which ...


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OK i paste here all i have tipped on terminal : tamarin@tamarin-HP-Pavilion-g7-Notebook-PC:~$ sudo apt-get remove fglrx* Lecture des listes de paquets... Fait Construction de l'arbre des dépendances Lecture des informations d'état... Fait Note : sélection de fglrx-driver-dev pour l'expression rationnelle « fglrx* » Note : sélection de fglrx-pxpress pour ...


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I tried all the solutions available on different blogs for no improvement. I would suggest contacting your machine vendor for new parts for display at its earliest. I was lucky to have this problem in warranty period of my laptop. Replacement of screen and attached graphics cable fixed the issue for me.


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Have you tried removing all the fglrx stuff like other posts suggest? Your machine should run with the standard generic drivers. Once that works you can try to reinstall the fancy stuff.


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You are already using a video driver. If you didn't have a video driver working you wouldn't see anything on your monitor. What your screenshot is showing us is that you have another piece of hardware that ubuntu doesn't recognize the vendor but as I can understand from your screenshot the (unrecognized) device is working with its proprietary driver, which ...


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I have also Intel HD Graphics 4000 with AMD Radeon 8500 2048 MB. Everything you have to do is to go to Sound Preferences from system settings and change the device in "Play sound through" and in "Settings for HDMI / DisplayPort" change mode, Digital Stereo HDMI output or Digital Surround 5.1 HDMI Output.


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You can use bumblebee instead of nvidia-prime for switching GPUs. In this case DE will use Intel and HDMI will work. You will be able to start specific applications using NVIDIA GPU with optirun command. Or add this command to .desktop shortcuts.


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I had this problem too on a carbon X1 laptop. My setup was a bit different and I'm on 15.04 and I was rotating the other screen with xrandr, rather than using the system menu. Nonetheless, it also has a recent intel gpu (broadwell, but I don't think they're that different), so it's probably the same problem. Here's how I fixed it: Install new (>= 2.99.917) ...


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I upgraded system to 15.04 and after that everything works fine.


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@Raphes, thanks for your comment. I use a DELL Precision M4800 laptop. I did all of the above but I find that I have no i915-3.15-3.13-dkms intel-linux-graphics-installer files when I get to the step sudo apt-get purge i915-3.15-3.13-dkms intel-linux-graphics-installer. I followed the other steps, rebooted and my login screen comes on. ...


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sudo apt-get --reinstal install ubuntu-desktop if this is not working use sudo apt-get remove gnome-settings-daemon and after that sudo apt-get --reinstall install gnome-settings-daemon sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop This solve my problem about the ubuntu settings windows



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