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I've had the drop-out problems with two computers with the ac7260 cards, one a Dell E7440 and the other a Lenovo T540p stinkpad. I replaced the card in the Dell with a 6235 (needed to be a wifi/bluetooth combo of the right size), and though I lost the 802.11ac function (which didn't matter as I have no .ac access point) the network connection was ...


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I had this error before but it was solved with some configurations in bios if you can just have a try! In USB configuration Enable Leagacy USB support USB 3.0 support XHCI Hand-off EHCI Hand-off and in SOUTH or NORTH bridge there will be option chipset go into it and. make XHCI mode Enable make USB2 Link Power Management Disbale make USB 2.0 (EHCI) ...


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For my TV, a 50" LG plasma from 2004, running from my acer with Intel HD4000, it worked to set the resolution to 1152x864 and then do: xrandr --output HDMI1 --panning 1383x864 --transform 1.2,0,0,0,1,0,0,0,1 I know it's a 4:3 resolution, but the 20% scale on y-axis, makes it fit perfectly and with correct aspect ratio.


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md126 looks like a randomly made up md number that the recovery had put there, it's usually not the one in /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf When a kernel is updated. It runs update-initramfs, update-grub. They grab the md? numbers from /proc/mdstat /etc/mdadm/mdadm.conf The numbers there have to be the same for initrd to boot. Also, check in these files to see that ...


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As explained by John McCalpin at https://software.intel.com/en-us/node/543513, I did following to get the current uncore frequency: sudo modprobe msr sudo wrmsr 0x391 0x20000000 sudo wrmsr 0x394 0x400000 sudo rdmsr 0x395 -d;sleep 1;sudo rdmsr 0x395 -d First command loads the msr module. Second command set the bit 29 in MSR_UNC_PERF_GLOBAL_CTRL which ...


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I am a newbie, and encountered the same problem of not being able to detect the monitor. I could not see the external monitor after an uninstallation of some packages. I tried deleting the monitor.xml file to no avail. As I suspect the uninstallation may have deleted some files, I checked the installed display driver and I did not see the nvidia-331 that ...


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If you don't have any problems: no, you don't! Let the automatic system updates take care of it. If you have problems with your display, yes, you do! ! !


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I just upgraded my NUC DN2820FYKH to a NUC5I5RYH. I wanted Ubuntu 14.04 / 14.10. This is what I did to make everything work : In the live CD choose the nomodeset option (F6) or just add it before the quiet splash option after typing (F8). (You will have windows bugs if you don't, and you will not be able to install Ubuntu) After installation, I upgraded ...


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Most versions of the Linux operating system include Intel graphics drivers. Intel recommends checking with your Linux distribution vendor or computer manufacturer for precompiled driver packages.Intel The Intel Graphics Installer for Linux allows you to easily install the latest graphics and video drivers for your Intel graphics hardware. This allows you ...


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Because the installer could not work with 14.04.2 (HWE) or if a 14.04.1 user of the installer tried to install the lts-utopic mesa stack they've dropped any further support for 14.04.x Read here for announcement - https://01.org/linuxgraphics/node/471 Personally don't think the Intel installer provided anything of real value, at least here with Haswell ...


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15.04 works you need 3.18 kernel or above Ended up going with ubuntu mate 15.04 64 bit for now. boot to live then install(don't go to install direct) kernel 3.18.0-13 Have had troubles with hard drives (mint and mate) not being detected on both 5i3 and 5i5, turns out to be the ssd power cable flexing and lifting the corner of the plug. Use a small screw ...



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