Re: [OT] Cannot boot into GUI after Video Driver is Installed

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On 21/05/12 17:08, Earl Ramirez wrote:
> On 21 May 2012 11:34,<m.roth@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
>
>> Earl Ramirez wrote:
>>> I don't know if this will shed any light but usually before you see the
>>> login screen you will see nvidia once it have been installed correctly,
>>> however I am see intel which is strange.
>>
>> *That* is extremely strange. Could there be a second, Intel, video?
>>
>
> Don't see any thing that indicates that there is a second intel video only
> thing that is intel is the processor and the chipset
>
> This the the laptop that was bought
> http://www.xoticpc.com/asus-n55slds71-preorder-p-3556.html
>

That advert says the laptop has Optimus technology which is Nvidia speak 
for it also having integrated graphics, Intel in this case I would assume.

To the best of my knowledge Nvidia do not currently support Optimus on 
Linux. Is is possible to disable the Intel onboard graphics? I don't 
have any first hand experience of these products.

You should probably ask on the nvidia linux forums if you require more 
detailed help, or start by googling "nvidia optimus linux" and see what 
comes up.



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