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OMEN 15-dh1000 Laptop PC (8VM85AV)
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I have been trying to get my IGPU to work but I can't manage to do so. Tried basically every solution on the internet and none worked.

 

I just got this laptop two days ago and from the moment I got it, the IGPU never showed up in device manager and it's always at 0% in omen gaming hub. Tried  to add it as legacy hardware but doesn't help, it makes it appear in the device manager but doesn't make it function, and the drivers don't either.

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@Slowwslothh 

 

HP disabled iGPU on Omen notebooks which have GTX 1060 and over. We can't enable it.  Your machine has RTX 2060 is on the same boat.

 

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@Slowwslothh 

 

HP disabled iGPU on Omen notebooks which have GTX 1060 and over. We can't enable it.  Your machine has RTX 2060 is on the same boat.

 

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Thank you, I appreciate the clarification, but I'm still curious about something.

 

Wouldn't disabling the IGPU harm the dedicated gpu in the long run? 

Isn't one usually in charge of non-taxing activities like browsing and watching youtube videos and the such while the other is in charge of the more taxing stuff?

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