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I have installed Gigabyte nVidia GT 710 2Gb DDR3 graphics card for expansion perpose.

But when I started PC old graphics card i.e. Intel UHD 630 stops working. Right Now I am getting display output only through Gt 710.

When I check Device Manager, 630 graphics card is showing in hidden hardware list.

 

If I remove nVidia, Intel works well again. But if again nVidia inserted, Intel stops working.

 

Any settings with PCI bus ?? As Intel UHD seen not connected.

Any solution??

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Actually the Intel 630 graphics are integrated graphics, which means built-in - part of the CPU.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/hd-graphics-630.c2962

For almost all OEM machines, the Intel 630 graphics are disabled when a discrete graphics card is inserted.  That would explain what has been observed.

Most OEM PC's act that way.  Post the exact model number for detailed help.


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Actually the Intel 630 graphics are integrated graphics, which means built-in - part of the CPU.

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/hd-graphics-630.c2962

For almost all OEM machines, the Intel 630 graphics are disabled when a discrete graphics card is inserted.  That would explain what has been observed.

Most OEM PC's act that way.  Post the exact model number for detailed help.


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