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michalrudnicki
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HP ENVY All-in-One - 27-b105na problems with graphics nvidia

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HP ENVY All-in-One - 27-b105na
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Hello, so a while ago I most probably uninstalled my graphics and now I am stuck. The problem is I cannot play games. So when I launch one of them it works just fine to after 5 minutes go into 'bluescreen' and restart the computer. I've tried to install graphics again and again, but nothing seems to work. Any ideas? I use this computer rarely for some work (moffice) or watching movies. Had antivrus since i bought it etc; If you need some more details just ask as I am completely blind about computers

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Hi@michalrudnicki, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

Request you to follow the below troubleshooting steps:-

 

Download the GEFORCE EXPERIENCE link

 

All I can offer is a couple of things.

Open the NVIDIA control panel like the links you gave instructed. Make sure Optimus (switchable graphics) is disabled.

Follow the example below to disable it...

Under Manage 3D settings, select the Global Settings tab. Under Preferred Graphics Processor, there should be a drop down for the NVIDIA card. Select that.

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