Basically, I’ve been tortured by your products. I have installed Ubuntu on my Notebook which happened to have Nvidia graphic card GEFORE GTX 960M. After installing Ubuntu, I installed Nvidia driver from Ubuntu’s utility additional drivers. After installing the driver, I had to reboot the system. After rebooting everything works fine as long as I’m using Nvidia graphic card. When I switch to Intel graphic card from nvidia-prime and logout, Ubuntu breaks and I always have to force shutdown the machine. When I turn the machine on again, the same thing happens, before the display manager shows nothing everything freezes and I only see a black screen and **the notebook’s fan rotates so fast and again when this happens I have to force shutdown the machine from the power button. I just don’t know why the fan rotates so fast that I can hear it loudly.
My notebook is ASUS ROG GL-752
I have tried downloading the driver from nvidia.com where I’m quite sure for the millionth time that I’ve chosen the right driver. Neither the official driver from Ubuntu works nor the downloaded driver from nvidia.com does anything useful. Both had the same issue: the display manager doesn’t show up and the fan starts rotating so fast, and I had to force shutdown the machine every time this happens.
This is devastating. What is the solution?