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Issues on my laptop with Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Khristian H, Nov 7, 2018.

  1. Khristian H

    Khristian H New Member

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    Hello Everyone

    Days ago, I bought a laptop ASUS VivoBook X505B,AMD Dual core A9 and Endless as the OS.
    I installed Ubuntu but the laptop has been having several issues:
    1. When I turn on the laptop, It takes almost one minute to get into the User logging,which is weird because is brand new.
    2. When Im on my user account, on the computer´s desktop, the mouse and keyboard just stop working and the screen gets frozen
    I dont have any idea what`s happening, I`d really appreciate If someone can help me


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    thanks
     
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  2. shirinovv

    shirinovv New Member

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    i had this problem too.I downloaded 32 bit version and it is working now
     
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    Khristian H New Member

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    Thanks sir,
    Ill try to with that Version
     
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    poorguy Active Member

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    Open the terminal and copy and paste this command inxi -Fxz and then copy and paste the output from that command so we can see what your system spec are.

    If your laptop has 4.0GB memory or more than installing 32 bit OS is a waste of your ram.

    Just my thoughts.
     
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