In the past I had a problem with my laptop due to the fact it contains an optimus card.
I solved the problem then thanks to help of Manjaro community and NVidia forum (details: Problems with hybrid NVidia RTX 3070 in Linux - #15 by generix - Linux - NVIDIA Developer Forums).
Today I updated Manjaro (Gnome edition) and after the update the problems with graphics card returned.
I have an external screen attached to my laptop via HDMI cable. It works fine. However, after the update the resolution of my built-in display returned to the highest possible (2560x1600). When I try to lower it, the built-in screen starts flickering and I can’t see a thing.
As I said, everything worked fine until today’s update. Has anyone observed a similar issue?
Hi, I have exactly the same problem after the last BIG update (but with an AMD GPU and not external display).
I was able to reproduce this problem using timeshift:
1.) Go back in time before the big upgrade to:
- Resolution no longer customizable, maximum resolution automatically selected,
all other resolutions with wrong Hz number and graphics flickering
If someone could help us with this, this would be very great
i only wanted to say that the latest Updates, fixed the problem (for me).
Might be a issue with Gnome / GPU Drivers, i really don´t know.
I hope that this information will help you out, if you had the same issues like me and op(?)
Yes, I confirm that the update fixed the issue for me as well.
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