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MSI GE60, GTX 1060 Problem

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Hello everyone,

 

I'm new to egpu and i'm stuck ^^

 

Laptop:

iGPU : Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600

dGPU : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M

CPU :  Intel Core i7-4700MQ

RAM : 8Gb

OS : Windows 10, 64bits

 

eGPU Components :

eGPU : KFA2 GTX1060 OC

Adapter : EXP GDC Beast, mPCIE version

PSU : Cooler Master B600 v2 (600W)

 

I'm at this point : I've correctly set up the 1060 to my laptop, egpu is corretly recognized and i don't get error on device manager anymore

https://gyazo.com/4f0490e7977fe324a5274f5b7478e526

 

The problem is that i don't have external monitor and i can't get it work with the internal monitor.. it use the dGPU, and if i disable it, it use the igpu
I think i have to do something with Nvidia optimus, telling it to use the eGPU instead of the dGPU but i don't know how

 

When i try to use egpu setup 1.30 it told me that i have GPT partition :

"[ERROR] EFI/GPT installation found. You cannot do a disk image
install."

 

Is it possible to do it with GPT partition ?

Now I'm a lost but i think i'm getting closer to get it work, can someone help me ? ^^

 

Tanks you !

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Download the AOMEI Partition Assistant .. U can convert the hard disk from GPT to MBR without any data loss.

Then you would be able to install the Setup 1.3 and boot into it to configure ur settings.

 

Curuousity though . Did ur MSI recognize the eGPU without using the Setup 1.3  ?

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