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NVIDIA Drivers deleting Intel IGPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, so I got a GT 1030 about 8 months ago and I installed the drivers for it, but after that, any remnants of my Intel HD Graphics completely disappeared. My VGA output connected to my motherboard stopped outputting a signal. When I hooked it up to my VGA monitor, it had stated "No Signal". My CPU is an Intel Core i5 - 650, so this may be normal, but if I could get it to act as a Quicksync GPU, it could help out for game recording, which is something I do, unless it doesn't support it. Even if it doesn't, oh well, the VGA port would be useful.

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Did you go back into the bios and turn it on?


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It's probably the bios disabling the iGPU on detecting the presence of the PCIe GPU. There's usually some setting to allow both to be active at once.

 

Nothing to do with driver. Many gaming laptops for example have both running at the same time, Intel to save power on desktop, nvidia when actually gaming.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
33 minutes ago, porina said:

It's probably the bios disabling the iGPU on detecting the presence of the PCIe GPU. There's usually some setting to allow both to be active at once.

 

Nothing to do with driver. Many gaming laptops for example have both running at the same time, Intel to save power on desktop, nvidia when actually gaming.

So, for example, if I remove the graphics card, plug my VGA cable into the iGPU, it should work?

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Yea. Or you can turn it on and use both. 

 

Which is what I do on every pc. 


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