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I know, i know, i know... @svl7 said it's disabled, @octiceps said it's disabled and many other forum users said it's disabled. I am always want to double check everything and i did it this time too. And i would like to post here result of my research. But first thing first - my PC: Laptop Configuration: Lenovo Y500 SLI CPU: Intel i7-3630QM (2400-3400 MHz, Ivy Bridge, QuadCore) VGA: 2x 2048Mb NVIDIA GeForce GT650M (SLI Configuration) MB: Compal LA-8692P RAM: 2x 4Gb Ramaxel RMT3160ED58E9W1600 (11-11-11-28) HDD: 1TB Seagate Momentus 5400 (ST1000LM024 HN-M101MBB) SSD: 120 Gb Samsung 850 EVO (MGX S4LN062X01) Display: 15.6" LG\Philips LP156WF1-TLC1 (1920x1080) WIN: MS Windows 10 Pro (x64) Also i must say, that i have got UNLOCKED BIOS by @svl7. And for second VGA too. Research It's beginning from @geraldthread about his Ultrabay to PCI-E Adapter for Lenovo Y510p for useing Radeon Desktop VGAs as external VGA. It's performed well with Y510p, but there was zero info about how it perform on Y500 or will it perform at all (now we know that it's no, but it's another story). Unlocked BIOS didn't help with adapter and i decided to dig more deep in re-enabling integrated GPU in Intel CPU - Intel HD Graphics 4000. And new unlocked BIOS give me a lot of new options to play. But important thing is... some of them working, some of them no. So, here is what i am founded. First i go to new unlocked BIOS and saw there a lot new tabs. I go to Advanced => Video Configuration => Special Features This option already was Enabled (Switch Graphic Function) After that i go to Internal Graphic Device and Enable Internal Graphics Device. Then save changes and exit. Laptop is shutdown and after few seconds turn on again. I saw Lenovo loading screen and then nothing when loading complete. Windows didn't start. I am restarted laptop three times and it's started recovery mode. From recovery mode i am loaded Safe Mode and at that point i am finally was at Windows. My first way goes to Device Manager to see new device. And there was new device - Intel HD Graphics 4000. In safe mode windows can't access to it's current status, but there also was no error codes. First time there was no driver installed, but now it's even have last driver! After that i go to AIDA64 Engineer Edition and look what it's show me. It's saw iGPU! So, at this point i don't what to think about it. I can see iGPU in safe mode, but i can't boot with it in normal Windows. Is AIDA64 lie to me or even Device Manager? What do your think about it? P.S. Oh yeah, most menus on Russian language, but i hope your got the idea and trust me. =) It's no fake.
Hi everyone. I have a problem and i hope someone can help me. First of all i give u some information about my system: Notebook: MSI GE60 0nd i7 3630qm gtx 660m Samsung ssd ……. Bios: latest custom Bios Version (10F) from Svet (For turning off the dgpu ) OS: Windows 10 64bit Nvidia drive 364.72 External Stuff: Power Supply be quit 530W Nvidia GTX 560 Ti 448 EXP GDC V8.0 with mPCI-E Standard So lets start: My problem is that when i run benchmarks or games. Only the igpu is loading. The egpu stays at 0% My egpu is full recognized by my notebook. I see the name and also the clock oft he egpu. Sometimes when i start the game. the clock from the egpu goes from 741 MHZ to 51 MHZ. I do not why … :-S. I also set the physics process to the egpu and the 3d settings to nvidia high performanceprocessor, but without success. P.S The external display is also not responsing. BR cano
BIOS version: E16f2IM7.50B EC: 2/7/2011 (if I remember correctly when last seeing it) Intel GPU was disabled and I have enabled it, but the primary graphics adapter was set to PEG. After saving settings and rebooting, no screen. Connected external monitor via HDMI - no luck. I don't have VGA monitor. Is there a way to blindly navigate through BIOS and switch primary graphics adapter to AUTO or Intel GPU?