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I had a similar issue and ended up downloading/installing the updated HotKeys update on the Lenovo site (guvu26ew.exe). Once I did that, all of my Function keys worked fine. It also fixed my wireless problem - since I was being told that no wireless connections were in range. . . Once I could get the function keys to work, I could turn on the Master Radio ...


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Downgrade BIOS from 2.22 to 1.14 resolved mine problems. BIOS update utility : http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?DocID=DS037575 I've ran file 'gluj04us.exe' (1.14 BIOS) from Windows 7, then Laptop restarted 3 times (flash operations). After 4th reboot laptop I've reinstalled Ubuntu 14.04 and every hardware stuff working properly.


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BIOS whitelists are OS independent.A VM will not change that as it just uses the BIOS you have.


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Well, here's what I did to fix it (and I'm not 100% sure that it's fixed, but it seems like it! Hopefully there's no regressions!) Everything is run as sudo; I probably rebooted at some points during this, but I don't remember exactly when :/ I'm guessing you should reboot after step 5, and maybe after step 3. Disable Optimus in BIOS; only use the discrete ...


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please take the following steps and remember backup your configuration before you do anything: sudo modprobe tp_smapi lsmod | grep smapi sudo echo "tp_smapi" >> /etc/modules sudo echo "devices/platform/smapi/BAT0/start_charge_thresh = 40" >> /etc/sysfs.conf sudo echo "devices/platform/smapi/BAT0/stop_charge_thresh = 80" >> /etc/sysfs.conf ...


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I also have a w540 with Ubuntu 14.04 installed. The default Unix behavior is he middle mouse button for pasting the contents of the clipboard. If you want to set up scrolling check out this webpage on how to configure the trackpoint. You can enable scrolling with one finger if you go to System Settings -> Mouse & Touchpad and uncheck the "Two finger ...


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Below is a bash script I made to set the values on the fly. To use, put the script in ~/bin/trackpoint (user bin) or /usr/bin/trackpoint (global bin) and make it executable. trackpoint <option> to get the value trackpoint <option> <value> to set the value trackpoint --values for a list of all option values trackpoint --help for a list of ...


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TL;DR: you may be able to use a terminal to avoid a full reboot, but I've yet to find a real solution. For me, his only began occurring in the past week, post a round of updates. I'm the Thinkpad S1 Yoga. Suspending from the menu is fine to resume, but suspends from closing the lid fail to resume. I can see the screen in the state it was in at suspend ...


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The answer serve.chilled helped me, but I wanted to try out various values of trackpoint speed and sensitivity without restarting my session. Here is a bash script I made to set the values on the fly: http://askubuntu.com/a/490094/151944


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feel free to install any type of ubuntu, that computer can run it no problem. Anything with over 2gb of ram is blazing fast on kubuntu IMO, lubuntu goes down to 512mb without much stuttering


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For everybody having this problem then I finally fixed it by going into BIOS and reset it to default settings. Then I was able to boot up the computer with something else than Ubuntu.



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