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HP OMEN 15
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
My laptop screen is not connected to my GTX 1660 TI. Let me explain: I tried to play games as usual on my computer. Except that they were bugging severe.
I looked if my graphics card was still present, everything is fine, it is detected. I looked at the drivers, the graphics of the cpu, everything is fine.
Then I found out in the Nvidia settings that my laptop screen was connected to Microsoft Basic Display, not my graphics card. So it is present, but not used. For this to work, I need to install an external monitor. Superb, good for something to have bought a LAPTOP gaming computer.
I really need help, thanks.
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Problem solved, it was simply necessary to update Windows which was difficult to do. Sorry for the excess post!

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Problem solved, it was simply necessary to update Windows which was difficult to do. Sorry for the excess post!
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