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You should track down which application is reporting that error and turn of hardware acceleration in that app. My guess is that it is your flash player, because I had this error too. So test it out: First run in a terminal: tail -f ~/.xsession-errors This will open .xsession-erros in a "live" mode, showing everything what is newly written to it. Then ...
I found that I still had nvidia-304 installed. Not sure how it got there, but removing it fixed my problem with unity. Just make sure you have no nvidia packages installed and then reboot. Having any nvidia drivers installed without having nvidia-prime or bumblebee will break unity. sudo apt-get --purge remove nvidia-304 nvidia-common nvidia-settings-304 ...
Create a xorg.conf file by: sudo nvidia-xconfig Look for the Section "Device" part in the xorg.conf file And add this line inside the section: Option "RegistryDwords" "PowerMizerEnable=0x1; PerfLevelSrc=0x3322; Save and reboot your machine
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