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Questions about issues relating to drivers on elementary OS.

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You can find a similar question here. Have a look at sugestion 4. In the approved answer.
answered Aug 12 '17 by Vlad Pop
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Compiled from comments: The instructions on How to install Realtek rtl8812au WiFi Driver in Linux seem to work for this wifi device. The article refers to a GitHub repo containing a version of the rtl …
answered Nov 14 by Vlad Pop
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There are many suggestions online and I'm sure you've already seen many of them, but most are either impractical (modifying Chrome paramaters, only to have them reset by an update) or even, in my opin …
answered Apr 30 '17 by Vlad Pop
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Use dpkg to install .deb packages. In your case, sudo dpkg -i firmware-ralink_0.43_all.deb
answered May 7 '17 by Vlad Pop
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The Intel graphics card (integrated in your CPU) is most likely enabled by default instead of the nvidia card. Even after installing the appropriate nvidia drivers, you'll have to tell the OS to … switch to the more powerful card before using graphics intensive applications. So, after installing the nvidia driver (from the AppCenter or by using the sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall command), open …
answered Nov 20 by Vlad Pop