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[Bug 1329201] Re: Onboard graphics takes priority over card


[Expired for xorg (Ubuntu) because there has been no activity for 60

** Changed in: xorg (Ubuntu)
       Status: Incomplete => Expired

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  Onboard graphics takes priority over card

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Bug description:
  When I went to install ubuntu 14.04 on my new system (and tested 13.10
  and 12.04), it seemed to be failing (black screen or flashing cursor).
  I did a few things, but ended up discovering that it was loading on
  the onboard video, not the card I was plugged into.

  In the BIOS, the Nvidia GTX750 was selected as default, for some
  reason, Ubuntu is not following this. Once I disabled the onboard
  card, everything worked as expected! This could be a headache for a
  lot of people, and I think it could be solved easily with an option of
  what video card is to be used (this would be done at the same place
  nomodeset is done, but not have to press any key to bring it up), or
  to be able to detect BIOS settings.

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