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Ok, so I get to answer my own question. This is not an elementary OS issue, but rather a general Linux thing. Apparently, X likes to break inputs on upgrade. To fix this, I just rebooted into recovery mode, enabled networking and dropped into root and ran apt-get install xserver-xorg-input-all Just like that, I'm back in business. Original solution


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Could you check in your BIOS, if you have the option to set the graphics card mode? There should be something like discrete and hybrid mode, if available. This should be set to hybrid mode.


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I have been having the same issues for the past 1 month, never faced it before in my roughly 2 years of using eOS as my primary OS. Running "wingpanel" in terminal seems to bring it back, but it's an active process in the terminal, so if I close terminal, I lose the wingpanel again. Also the wingpanel only disappears when I click on the sound icon, the ...


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I recomend you to try to reinstall it, using sudo apt install --reinstall wingpanel.


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try rightclick on the desktop and then "Show Desktop"


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