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  1. Solution was to go into Nvidia control panel and set Manage 3D settings to high performance (Nvidia processor) to high performance on the Global tab.
  2. New Acer AN515-44-R0XR AMD Ryzen 5 4600H with Nvidia GTX 1650. Ran Userbenchmark and realized it was not running the Nvidia card. Checked device manager, GPU is enabled, drivers current and shows working properly. Checked advanced display settings and it shows display 1 the laptop screen is "Connected to AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics" which I assume is the integrated GPU. How do I correct this, disable onboard graphics is the BIOS, disable the Radeon(TM) in device manager? Really concerned about ending up with no display. Checked Nvidia app and it shows screen 1 connected to the Radeon instead of th