Thanks for the tips. Results 1 to 10 of Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Launch day has come and the Get Windows 10 app says the graphics card isn’t compatible because NVidia has not done so yet. Now I have learned I can get Windows 10 free on it.
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Solved: HP Pavilion dv Windows 10 Upgrade Graphics Issue – HP Support Community –
Originally Posted by Vidorin. That might help getting started.
Join Date Sep Beans Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. At this rate I’m definitely going back to Ubuntu when Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Vixeo to page: July 21st, 9. I reinstalled Ubuntu I tried this from askubuntu. One thing I did notice from your first post, though. Thanks for the tip.
Message 7 of Message 5 of Didn’t find what you were looking for? Message 1 of July 20th, 3.
If the dvv6500 advice didn’t work, try this: You should disable all third-party repos and drivers prior to upgrading and you should also do an update prior to upgrading. In this case, use apt-get –reinstall install nvidia-xxx in a terminal and see if there are any errors my reinstall just worked, creating the correct driver.
Message 6 of Their suggestion was to either replace the motherboard or stay with my present OS. I notice others have tried it and the xv6500 look good. It’s a 64 bit machine but HP gave a 32 bit os.
HP Pavilion dv6500 laptop video card drivers
The graphics driver breakage when upgrading from I had to use my recovery discs. Looks like I won’t be going to Linux after all! However I am at a total loss I will list here what I have done and perhaps a solution can be found. I ran into the same problem with my notebook. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. July 21st, Actually, I found Lubuntu worked better on this old machine than Ubuntu.
Even though you can’t see the toolbars the upper one and left one they are there!. Message 10 of That worked until it got in a perpetual loop of failsafe graphics mode and I couldn’t even get into the recovery mode of Ubuntu.