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Basically, at some point while upgrading from 16.04 to 18.04, the NVIDIA drivers were upgraded to version 440 from 390. Reverting to version 390 seems to solve this issue:
- Open NVIDIA X Server Settings
- Check what NVIDIA Driver Version you have
- If it's not version 390, try downgrading to version 390 through the Software & Updates GUI/tool/application. Or some terminal command would probably also work
- Check the NVIDIA Driver Version in NVIDIA X Server Settings to make sure the downgrade was successful
This was using a Quadro P4000 graphics card. It could vary if you're using a different graphics card.
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