Sorry for no error report. There is no error. Drivers are not working as they should in my simple opinion.
The problem is that I cannot turn my monitor off, because there is no way to get it back on (working).
Only option is restarting the system.
Same situation is there with the black screen. Once my monitor is in standby mode it won’t go back on (using Ubuntu).
I thought this should be the solution:
(Because my monitor is not mentioned in the GUI of NVIDIA X Server Settings)
But it’s not working for me. Replacing DFP-3 by HDMI-1 or just HDMI has the same effect.
Terminal says >
Which would mean “give me more (or more correct probably better) code”.
Yeah I know. I am not a developer and I am not ashamed. Also I think I should not have to be a developer to let my monitor work after a successful driver install.
Here is information about my stuff:
OS: Ubuntu 21.10
NVIDIA metapackage nvidia-driver-470
GPU: GTX 1080ti
Monitor: ASUS ProArt PA329Q, 32" 4K Ultra HD Monitor
Cable: HDMI to HDMI
My system is dual boot (with Windows 10). The monitor is working as it should since 2017 (on Windows 10). Although I think the same problem was there in the beginning with Windows.
So it’s not the hardware. It can only be the software.
I really hope you can help.