Short version: Can someone please advise me of the effect of adding a dedicated
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M card to an Ubuntu laptop in terms of power consumption and performance gains/losses when doing general productivity tasks and booting up.
hey guys,This is the first time I have installed arch on my HP dv6t. One of the problems with this laptop is that is has hybrid graphics which has always been to wonky for me so I prefer to just disable the ATI card altogether, and solely rely on the intel integrated graphics. Im just not sure about how to get this to work with Arch. I previously had ubuntu installed and used thi
I'm using Ubuntu 9.10 on a laptop. How do you disable the touchpad completely? I've been to the mouse options and saw the disable while typing and so forth. I have a mouse I use and hate the touchpad. How can I turn it off completely?
my machine has integrated HD4000 graphics and a more powerful PCIe card
HD4000 is enough for everyday use, PCIe should be used only for gaming with Windows
through bios I can set the primary card
I'd like to disable (switch off, suspend) the PCIe slot when in linux to conserve power and also to turn off the PCIe card's fan