Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 Driver
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Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 Driver
But when I close the lid, It blocks the screen and asks the password when I open.
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The other icons including megasync icon has the correct size. This is very polished to a Beta version.
But it would be much better if these bugs were fixed. Apart from the bugs I mentioned, everything works fine.
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I can confirm 2 as well. I had to use the command line to install eventually. As your workaround does exactly the same, you start the deb installer with elevated rights. Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 can confirm issue 3 Every time after I close the lid laptop asks me for password though sleep action on lid closing is disabled and laptop is just keep working with lid closed.
Big thanks for your awesome work!
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Works great so far! I recorded a short video: I have the same problem with my HP laptop. I have an 8th generation i5 processor and Intel UHD integrated graphics.
When the slideshow changes, the background changes partially leaving black spaces on the screen and the previous wallpaper on the screen. You have to mouse click on the desktop to clear it up.
It only happens when I connect a second display to the laptop and only if I use the secondary display only. Tried a p monitor and my 40in TV, both do the same. I can duplicate it on the live session and installed on the hard drive and it does not make a difference if you uninstall the i driver.
Does not do this on LM Here is a video Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 the issue. When the wallpaper changes you can see what it does. All you do is mouse click anywhere on the desktop and it returns to normal until the next wallpaper change.
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This is running the live session. If you want more feedback I will have to install it back on the hard drive and apply all updates to see if it changes.
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Did it a Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 ago and uninstalled the i driver and saw no changes in behavior. Rebooted and tried the secondary screen. Still exhibited the same behavior. Un-installed the i driver, rebooted, and tried the secondary screen again. It appears that the Cinnamon desktop with the i driver on the newest Intel integrated chipsets do not play well together.
So if you have one of these Intel chipsets, do a hard drive install, apply all the latest updates, and un-install the i driver, it is not needed.
Possibly the newest kernel update helped but cannot verify if it helped with the issue. This was done today on at After applying the latest Cinnamon update 3.
I thought it was fixed but it never really worked. After several reboots and log outs it would behave normally about 50 percent of the time prior to the update of Cinnamon.
If you Asus V7700 v3.84d RC1 out or restarted the X-server it would work about half the time. After the update it does it all the time. This happens on extended and second screen modes only, mirrored works fine lower resolution and on the laptop screen is fine. I may try a fresh reinstall and start over again. Again my apologies for the confusion.