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i72600
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How to enable dedicated and integrated graphics card bios do sent have an option for igpu. ???? Help

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I HAVE Z210 WORKSTATION W/ i7 2600 Sandy bridge. Designed specifically for for bridging card. But the Hp bios I have won't allow me access to enable igpu for using dedicated and integrated graphics card at the same time. Other systems with them same card allow this simple configuration.  I'm using nvidia gtx 561 ti graphics card and dedicated card is an Intel graphics card 2000 I think, others have bridged these two card making use of all these pci-I display port making three monitor capabilities.  I've been going in circles trying find a solution. I don't understand why HP would restrain it's customers forcing us to look in future for other pc brands. PLEASE SOMEONE HELP RESLOVE. I be upgraded bios just very confused.

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@i72600 wrote:

... But the Hp bios I have won't allow me access to enable igpu for using dedicated and integrated graphics card at the same time..


Hi,

 

Sorry no, you can't do that when a dedicated GPU is installed. The onboard GPU (does not matter what it is) will be disabled.

 

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BH
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>  I don't understand why HP would restrain its customers forcing us to look in future for other PC brands.

 

Don't blame HP for doing what many other manufacturers do.

It is very common for all motherboard manufacturers to automatically allow an add-in GPU to "override" any built-in video-circuitry.

 

It's a bit (pun intended) of "least surprise" -- insert an add-in card, and it works, without needing to change any BIOS settings.

 

Anyway, this is a "technical" forum, not a "lounge" to express gripes about what HP (or the 45th President of the USA) has chosen to do.  Please ask "technical" questions.

 

 

 

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P. S. Also, where are updated drivers compatible with Windows 10 November/H2 update (1909 / 18363)?!? Most "up to date" drivers are from August, about 4 months and not possible to install on the Windows (this laptop was shipped with) without any "hacks".

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