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I'm having amd a 12 9800 as a processor and gt 730 as dedicated gpu want to use apu graphics

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Not getting good fps on dedicated graphics,i want to change my graphics to on board apu graphics how do i change this,or i have to remove dedicated gpu or not ??

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Hi:

 

You would have to remove the Nvidia GT 730 in order to use the onboard AMD graphics adapter.

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Hi:

 

You would have to remove the Nvidia GT 730 in order to use the onboard AMD graphics adapter.

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Can you explain all steps how to do it

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And also i can't find amd display adaptor in device manager how do i have to do that and amd radeon driver install shows 1603 error everytime i tried everything please explain how do i do

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You have to first go into the Windows control panel>Programs>uninstall a program.

 

Uninstall all Nvidia software you see listed there.

 

Then go to the device manager, click to expand the Display adapters device manager category.

 

Right click on the Nvidia graphics adapter listed there and select Uninstall.

 

Also check the uninstall driver box.  Shut down, unplug the PC and remove the Nvidia graphics card.

 

Consult your PC's service manual for the steps to open up the PC.

 

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05305887

 

I can't help you with the actual removal of the video card as there is no procedure.

 

Here is a general guide for how to remove a video card.

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00007413#:~:text=Step%201%3A%20Removing%20video%20drivers.%20...

 

After you have physically removed the video card, connect your video cable to the PC's onboard video output.

 

It may be covered with a cap because if the PC came with HP with the nvidia video card, they will have covered up the onboard video port to prevent customers from connecting the cable to the wrong video port.

 

Turn on the PC and install the AMD graphics driver from your PC's support page once you are in Windows.

 

https://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp91001-91500/sp91451.exe

 

 

 

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