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How to turn on integrated graphic (i5 9300H) HP Omen 17-cb0014nw

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HP Omen 17-cb0014nw
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Hi, can anyone tell me how can I turn on integrated graphic on my HP Omen 17-cb0014nw? I can't see intel graphic in BIOS, even I don't see it in device meneger. Is it possible to turn it on? Currently works GTX 1660 Ti and I don't know how to change it.

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Why would you want to try this change?
There is nothing specified from the product page

no video specified ..
But anyway, if you can't find an option, it shouldn't be possible.
Some models have a switch system, in order to use one or the other, this is done by the parameters of the video card, sometimes possible to go through the bios!

Not sure but :

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti with up to 6 GB of dedicated video memory (N18E-

Supports HD decode, DX12, and HDMI
Supports Optimus™

Maybe :




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Sorry for jumping in. You can't, the iGPU is disabled. It is not even appeared in Device Manager as shown (my machine is an older sister of yours):


          no igpu.png



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