Windows 10: how to use full range of nvidia control pannel on dual gpu hp laptop

  1.    06 Jul 2016 #1

    how to use full range of nvidia control pannel on dual gpu hp laptop


    how to use full range of nvidia control pannel on dual gpu hp laptop

    1=== I tried Uninstalling Intel graphics driver as a noob , reboot but still intel graphics properties setting are available in right click on desktop

    2===i also tried disabling intel display adapter in device manager , reboot no help

    note i am using latest graphics driver of intel and Nvidia on HP=AB521TX
    its Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview


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  2.    06 Jul 2016 #2

    With mismatched graphics like that (Intel - NVidia) I would recommend getting the driver right from HP. Go to the support - driver downloads section for you make and model and look for a Windows 10 video driver. The HP OEM driver will be custom made for your dual graphics. Installing the two separate drivers doesn't always work with dual graphics. They just don't play well together.
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