On Sun 06 Jul 2014 10:44:02 AM CDT, timon20025 wrote:

Thank you for the tip: to disable graphics in the BIOS.
I had another problem. The BIOS does not support this feature. Support
for HP also nothing good was done. They denied my request to issue a
firmware for my laptop with this feature.
But I solved the problem in another way (as it's not going to sound
silly): I disabled switchable graphics from the device Manager in
windows 8 (I'm in shock).
While I earned xorg on a SLED, died safely in ubuntu xorg. see visually
that working 3D acceleration.
In sax2 written that it is using the VESA driver. On the request in
xterm get the answer:

amdconfig --pxl
PowerXpress: Discrete GPU is active (High-Performance mode).

What to believe don't know.

So now if you drop to runlevel 3 again and re-run the sax2 command to
configure your xorg, you should be good to go?

Press ctrl+alt+F1 and login as root user
init 3
sax2 -r =m 0=fglrx
init 5 && exit
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