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Found an answer: sudo mv /lib/firmware/iwlwifi-3160-12.ucode /lib/firmware/backup-iwlwifi-3160-12.ucode sudo mv /lib/firmware/iwlwifi-3160-10.ucode /lib/firmware/backup-iwlwifi-3160-10.ucode Reboot. Seems to be an issue with the firmware. After reboot I was able to connect again, so for me it is working.


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Your HP620 has an old GM45 Graphic Chipset, this chipset work as an on demand process. Meaning once you plug it into the HDMI port you automatically see it, since Ubuntu works kinda the same way. The bios will also load on screen as well, making it a nice thing to have.


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Welcome to Ubuntu with systemd rather than with upstart. This is systemd bug #76267. Lennart Poettering's initial explanation was:The [nvidia] binary driver does not implement the DRM interfaces in /sys. This means we cannot detect how many displays are connected and then we decide not to handle the lid switch since we cannot be sure about whether the ...


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Try to use: http://linrunner.de/en/tlp/docs/tlp-linux-advanced-power-management.html Windows 7 lasts 4.5 on battery, Ubuntu lasted only 2 hours at best... later I installed TLP and Im at 5 1/2 - 6 hours (with Intel GPU in use instead of NVIDIA) Not to mention the fact, that this has been discussed a lot of times...else I wouldnt know about this


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While I can not suggest any one particular laptop, there are Ubuntu certified laptops. Also, there are some Ubuntu/linux laptop vendors like System76, Zareason, Dell, and ThinkPenguin.


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For information on installing Ubuntu in dual-boot with Windows 8 or 8.1 on an EFI-based system, see: Installing Ubuntu on a Pre-Installed Windows 8 (64-bit) System (UEFI Supported) The Ubuntu UEFI wiki My page on EFI-mode Linux installations Note that there's a lot of bad information out there relating to EFI-mode installations, so following random ...


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This is a matter of resource usage that generates the heat. As alluded to in comments, PhpStorm takes a lot of resources and CPU usage. This in turn means your CPU needs to run and generate heat to process the requirements. This is a side effect of resource-intense programs, and unfortunately there's no good solutions to this problem. (Windows is plagued ...


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You shouldn't have any problems. GRUB has an EFI version, and should set itself as default during the install. What you need to do, however, is boot the installation in EFI mode and not just selecting it in the boot menu. If your BIOS can select to boot from an EFI file, you need to go into the drive and select the grubx64.efi file somewhere under EFI.



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