Laptop won't shutdown nor reboot - Fedora 25 - Many errors

asked 2017-06-15 04:35:29 -0500

UlisesCeca gravatar image

Hello guys,

I've made a fresh install of Fedora 25 and updated the kernel (I don't think this is the problem because it happened with the previous one too) and every time I try to reboot or shutdown the laptop it just won't. It gets stuck in a black windows with several errors that also appears when booting. I've really searched a lot about this but none of the proposed solutions for this or other versions worked.

If it's of any help, it's installed along Windows 10 with dual boot and the Fast and secure boot are both off.

Also my laptop is a MSI PE70 6QE with a Nvidia GTX 960M

Also if I set the nouveau.modeset=0 it works but It'll use the Nvidia card while I want it to use the Intel graphics. I've also tried with acpi=off but it wasn't of any help too.

Also when I updated I only did yum update kernel instead of yum update just installing the kernel and nothing else (had no wifi, sound or anything). With this I did the following in the terminal:

setenforce 0
shutdown -r now

and it also worked but again using Nvidia plus when I went back to the previous kernel and did yum update to update everything, then this stopped working in the new kernel too.

This are all the errors I'm getting when booting (but it boots, I can get into Fedora) and when rebooting or shutting down (which none of them works)


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I found this: link text hope could be useull.

Paolo gravatar imagePaolo ( 2017-06-15 10:17:12 -0500 )edit

didn't work to fix the shutdown/reboot problem, just fixed some acpi errors (not all)

UlisesCeca gravatar imageUlisesCeca ( 2017-06-15 12:05:44 -0500 )edit

I've once installed F25 on GTX 960M laptop without any issues, so it might be something specific to your model or piece. If you already have the latest BIOS, then check if it allows you to force-use only integrated GPU (temporary solution). You can also try running updated ISO of F25 or F26 beta containing latest packages, open terminal and execute dmesg to see if the problem is sill there and is being logged.

ozeszty gravatar imageozeszty ( 2017-06-16 04:30:41 -0500 )edit

Read this to find out about available drivers for your dGPU. If it's not an hardware issue, then Installing closed source driver should resolve it (it'll replace nouveau) but it also comes with its own issues.

ozeszty gravatar imageozeszty ( 2017-06-16 04:51:15 -0500 )edit