I first installed Ubuntu 18.04.06 LTS and had the same problems. Also a lot of hardware didn’t work in 18.04. I found it externally on the internet, but I decided to give up. Later, I found out that it does not support the kernel version and I had to upgrade to 20.04.
Currently only Bluetooth is not working but it doesn’t matter. The biggest problem right now is Nvidia GPU. I also installed the driver from the website, ppa (470-510) but it didn’t change. I tried many methods from forums but failed. When I switch to Nvidia “On-Demond” mode in Prime Profile, there is no problem, but this time AMD External CPU is used in my projects and it is insufficient. In summary, when I switch to Nvidia Performance mode, the system freezes, gets up from time to time, but freezes again.
Thanks in advance for your supports :)
Model: Asus ROG Strix G15 G513QC
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800H
GPU: NVIDIA RTX 3050
This information taken it when I’m in Performance Mode
uname -r → 5.13.0-51-generic
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (368.7 KB)
The log didn’t yield anything. Is it possible to just return the notebook? I suspect it’s broken.
Since it’s an asus you’ll have to install Windows to get your money back.
I am using Dual Boot. I didn’t encounter any problems in Windows. This is NVIDIA On-Demond Mode
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (336.9 KB)
have you solve the problem ? currently I’m facing the same issue as yours on my HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop 15-ec2xxx with Ryzen 5 5600H and RTX 3050 (GA107M) on Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS, it freeze every time I switch to performance mode, also it happen if I connect the HDMI port to external monitor, but it’s all normal in Windows 11 (I’m using 22H2 now)
hope someone can help
here’s my logs
nvidia-bug-report.log.gz (445.2 KB)
Hey! This is probably a bug or something. Because I solved it like this; I first chose the automatic login instruction during the Ubuntu installation. Next, I chose the performance mode. Every time I open Ubuntu, I log out without wasting time. When I log in again, it doesn’t freeze. The problem disappears. But it still continues under normal conditions.
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