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How to disable integrated Intel HP video Graphics 530 in HP Pavilion All-in-One - 27-n101a (Touch)

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Hi,

 

Could you tell me how to disable  integrated Intel HP  video Graphics 530 in HP Pavilion All-in-One - 27-n101a (Touch).

  I looked it in the Bios, however, Bios is very simple without any advanced settings where we I can change Slot of Primary Graphics Adapter.

If I disable it in Device Manager after Window Udates or Upgrade it is enabled again.

 

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Andrey

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@ardomed, welcome to the forum.

 

Why do you want to disable the integrated graphics?  The reason I am asking is because there is no graphics slot on the motherboard for a discrete card.

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There are many reasons for it:
1. I work with Graphic apps which requeres more producutive video card. So, I prefer Redeon R7,
2. I don't like when PC switching between card when different apps  start. It is going via black screen - 1-2 sec.
3. Recently found that Opera browser sometimes doesn't show video online. Reinstall of Adobe Flash Player didn't help. However, when I disabled Intel card in Device Manager no issues observed.

I just ask if there is any permant solution to disable Intel Video Card.
Video app doesn't allow to change video adapter to Radeon for browsers and some app. For some APP it can be done for some it cannot be changed.

 

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Thank you for the additional information, @ardomed.

 

Those are all very good reasons.  However, the only video graphics that is available is the Radeon R7 that is soldered to the motherboard.  It doesn't say anything in the Specs about integrated graphics.

 

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