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Lorenzo_Farina
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Envy 17' cg1000sl driver Nvidia can i download from Nvidia website?

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Envy 17' cg1000sl
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Hi to all

 

in 2012 i bought a model of laptop pc that did not allow to install the original drivers of the AMD from the website of Amd.

 

Now I am going to buy an HP Envy model more precisely the model 17' cg1000sl.

 

In this case I would like to know if even this model, which has an Nvidia GeForce Mx 450 video card installed, does not allow you to install the video drivers downloaded from the Nvidia website and must necessarily download them from the HP website.

 

For anyone who has a 2019 or 2020 or 2021 Envy model I think you can answer me

 

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Anyone who had an Envy recent laptop can answer me.

 

Many thanks in advance.

 

Lorenzo Farina

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Hello
sorry i was waiting to see if anyone else would answer
At the moment, I don't see any updates for this model anyway

https://support.hp.com/th-en/product/hp-envy-laptop-pc-17-cg1000/35801038/model/2100378275?sku=2Z2C3...

 

your old computer should have a switchable device, and it should not be the same with this one
The risk is that it just won't work with Nvidia drivers, you can try!

 

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