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How can I disable Intel UHD Graphics in BIOS?

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Hello!

 

I have a 1 year old notebook, and I have this problem:

While I'm playing with any video game, or I use PTC Creo, or Autodesk Inventor, my notebook use the UHD graphics, and the MX130 too, and its causing huge FPS drops, and also program crash... I tried to disable the UHD graphics in the Device Manager, it not worked. I tried it in the Nvidia Control Panel, it did not worked. I read that I can do it in the BIOS, in the Advanced settings, but I do not have the Advanced tab. I paid 720 euros for this notebook, and I can't use it, only for watching movies, and youtube. 

Please help me, I'm a university student, and I have to use the Inventor, and the Creo. 

 

Thanks

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@pongolov Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that you would like to disable the UHD graphics card.

 

HP has locked a few settings on your computer which are being managed by the system configuration as the device is configured to its optimal performance. 

  

There's no way of resetting or changing these locked settings via HP articles or assistance, 

You could unlock and make changes at your own discretion using 3rd party tools, however, HP doesn't recommend the same nor has information about the tools used. 

 

I hope you understand. 

 

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