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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 ...
Do not install bumblebee, it provides an outdated solution for NVIDIA graphics chips with Optimus support.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. ...
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 ...
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. ...
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.
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 ...
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
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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