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First remove the old driver and bumblebee sudo apt-get purge nvidia* bumblebee* Now add this PPA and install the driver sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nvidia-352 Now reinstall bumblebee sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia Now just reboot sudo reboot This will ensure you have ...


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Do not install bumblebee, it provides an outdated solution for NVIDIA graphics chips with Optimus support. You already have a solution for switching between the intel and NVIDIA graphics installed. The package is called nvidia-prime and should have been automatically installed when you installed the proprietary NVIDIA drivers 352 from Ubuntu repositories. ...


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I have not tested this method but you can try it. Open a terminal and type : sudo gedit /etc/acpi/events/sonyswitch Make the contents : event=sony/hotkey action=zenity --info --text=%e Save the file. Open a terminal and type : sudo apt-get install zenity to install zenity Restart ACPI with "kill -SIGHUP pidof acpid" Move the switch to both SPEED and ...


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OK, I was curious, so I tried this. QEMU, and now VirtualBox, are supporting pass-through of PCI devices to the guest machine. That means if you have a 2nd graphics card, you can pass it to a windows guest on a linux host and get full 3D performance (games) in a virtualized windows environment. That's the case for a desktop rig with two graphics cards. ...


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This looks like BumbleBee bug #664: This is harmless and known from the beginning. From what I remember, this is due to trying to power OFF the card too fast or something like that. I’ll keep this issue opened (but cleaned a bit your messages to keep only related content) so that we think about either fixing this or properly document it.


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Normally you should use the NVIDIA drivers from the official Ubuntu repositories. But because you are having quite new hardware - the 358 drivers might be better. First remove installed NVIDIA drivers and bumblebee. Highlight the Ubuntu menu entry and press the E key. Add nouveau.modeset=0 to the end of the linux line. Press F10 to boot the Ubuntu ...


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my computer runs at 80C at 40% and 95C at 70% and 105+C at 100%, and with a cooling pad runs about 20C cooler for them all. i think that is normal for a laptop with a crappy cooler xD


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Cable Problems! I just when through a problem where my laptop did not detect my Dell UltraSharp U3416W, a 34" monitor, it turned out to be a cable issue through a docking station that didn't work. When I plugged the monitor directly in, it was detected correctly right away.



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