One more happy week of success with
http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~jsalisbury/lp1674838.

I understand Tim Passingham's frustration, but can I turn the question a
different way?  I want to know "why didn't this problem affect all
Ubuntu users?  Why just us?" A particular motherboard is to blame?

Also, is there any word if this fix will go into Ubuntu updates?  I ask
because, after the Ubuntu firmware update within the last few days, I'm
no longer able to get HDMI devices to work--just black screen of death
on the HDMI in Intel video.  I fear I'm in for another hard-to-diagnose
problem I am sure everybody will say that using the lp1674838 kernel is
complicating that.  If I use a stock kernel, they might be more able to
figure it out.

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