Together with the drivers, the developers also supply special software for fine-tuning the adapters. It will not be difficult even for a beginner to turn on a discrete card from nvidia on its own, let’s analyze the process in more detail:
- Right-click on the free space of the desktop and in the list that opens, go to the Control Panel.
- In the window on the right, go to the section “Managing 3D parameters”;
- Further in the tab “Software settings”;
- Click on the “Add” button and select an application to run from an external card;
- In the graphics adapter selection column, indicate “NVIDIA GPU”;
- After reboot, the settings will take effect;
AMD provides its users with the Catalyst Control Center utility. With it, you can enable a discrete radeon card, as well as configure other important parameters.
The first way (using the utility):
- It starts in the same way as in the case of nvidia, just right-click on the desktop and go to settings.
- We go to the “Power” section and select the program that should run from an external card.
- Save changes and restart the laptop.
- Go to BIOS.
- Go to “Display Mode” and select “Switchable”.
This option is also irreplaceable if the PC is running Windows XP, since this operating system does NOT have software control. In this situation, to disable the built-in board and at the same time activate the discrete one, you need to select the “Discrete” value. After that, the laptop will start working with an external card.
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Windows standard tools
Many laptops, especially those made by companies such as lenovo, acer and hp, samsung and MSI, may also have two graphics adapters. The integrated card is often found in the chipset or, in rare cases, in the processor. This type of component has low power consumption and, accordingly, low productivity. For this reason, laptops are often equipped with additional external cards. They are especially needed if the owner of the device uses demanding programs or plays computer games.
It is impossible to turn on a discrete and integrated card at the same time, but it is also impossible to switch one to another using a cable, like on a PC, due to the design of the laptop. the owner does not have full access to the monitor, since it is built into the laptop.
Usually, when you start a computer game, it automatically switches to a more powerful board. However, if this does not happen, and it does not turn on automatically, then the user has no choice but to independently set the necessary settings.
In order to enable the discrete board, you need to disable the integrated one, for this:
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- We go to the device manager.
- Open the “adapters” section.
- Select the required adapter and right-click on it and select “Disable”.
- Discrete card will be enabled by default after reboot.
A computer can have two adapters: integrated into the motherboard and discrete, which is separately attached to the motherboard. If initially you used the built-in card, but after you got one more, then you will surely face a problem when you need to forcibly enable an external card in a laptop.
Usually with this question, difficulties do not arise later, that the monitor works with a graphics card to the connector of which it is connected. But not in all cases automatic switching occurs. In certain BIOS models, the PC owner is obliged to forcibly turn on the necessary component, and turn off the unnecessary.
This problem is solved by changing the options in the BIOS, designed to activate the accelerator. So what needs to be done:
- Enter BIOS;
- Go to the section “Config” or “Advanced”.
- In the “Graphics Device” section, select “Nivida optimus”.
Other names may also be used, for example:
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- Primary Display;
- Init Display First;
Possible option values:
The name depends on the type of buses used on the motherboard. For example, PCI-E allows you to disable the Intel integrated card and enable the external.
Turn on the discrete card on the laptop
The card is one of the most fundamental components of a PC. It is she who fully affects the graphics performance of the device. Quite often, users find themselves in situations where questions such as how to switch an adapter or how to enable a discrete card on a laptop become especially popular.
The point is at home, that today computers can be equipped with not one board, as before, but two at once. an integrated one and an external one. But, they cannot work at the same time, and the built-in and external card cannot be launched SIMultaneously. That is why PC owners need to change the way they display information on the monitor from one graphics adapter to another. To do this, you need to disable one, for example, built-in and activate another, in our case a discrete card.
If it was not possible to fix the problem yourself,
then most likely the problem lies in a more technical level.
It can be: breakdown of the motherboard, power supply,
hard disk, card, RAM, etc.
It is important to diagnose and fix the breakdown in time.,
to prevent the failure of the second components.
The green card can be enabled using the software included in the driver package. It is called the NVIDIA Control Panel and is located in the Windows Control Panel.
- In order to activate the discrete card, it is necessary to configure the Corresponding global parameter. Go to the section “Managing 3D parameters”.
In the drop-down list “Preferred graphics processor” select “High-performance NVIDIA processor” and click the “Apply” button at the bottom of the window.
Now all applications that work with the card will only use the discrete adapter.
A powerful card from the “red” is also included using the proprietary software AMD Catalyst Control Center. Here you need to go to the “Power” section and in the “switchable graphics adapters” block select the “High GPU performance” option.
The result will be the same as in the case of NVIDIA.
The above recommendations will only work if there is no interruption or malfunction. Quite often, a discrete card remains idle due to a disabled option in the motherboard BIOS, or the lack of a driver.
Turn on the discrete card
Discrete card connection
A powerful card, unlike a built-in one, is necessary to work in applications that actively use the graphics core (programs for editing and processing images, 3D packages), as well as to run demanding games.
The advantages of discrete cards are obvious:
- Significant increase in processing power, which makes it possible to work in resource-intensive applications and play modern games.
- Reproduction of “heavy” content, such as 4K with high bitrate.
- Using more than one monitor.
- Upgradeable to a more powerful model.
Of the minuses, one can single out the High cost and a significant increase in the energy consumption of the system as a whole. For a laptop, this means more heat.
Next, let’s talk about how to enable the second card using the example of AMD and NVIDIA adapters.
The first step after connecting the card to the motherboard is to install the driver required for the adapter to work properly. A universal recipe that works in most situations is:
- Go to the “Control Panel” Windows and go to “Device Manager”.
Next, open the “adapters” section and select a discrete card. Press RMB on the map and select the menu item “Update drivers”.
Then, in the driver update window that opens, select automatic search for software updates.
If the card is disabled in BIOS, then all our attempts to find and use it in Windows Media will not lead to the desired result.
- The BIOS can be accessed during a computer reboot. At the moment the logo of the motherboard manufacturer appears, you need to press the DELETE key several times. In some cases, this method may NOT work, read the instructions for the device. Your laptop may be using a different button or keyboard shortcut.
- Next, we need to enable the advanced settings mode. This is done by clicking the “Advanced” button.
In the “Advanced” section we find a block called “System Agent Configuration”.
Here we are interested in the item “Graphics Options” or SIMilar.
In this section, you must set the “PCIE” parameter for the “Primary Display”.
It is imperative to save the settings by pressing the F10 key.
In older BIOS, such as AMI, you need to find a section with a name SIMilar to “Advanced BIOS Features” and set the “PCI-E” value for “Primary Graphic’s Adapter”.
Now you know how you can turn on the second card, thus ensuring the stable operation of applications and demanding games. The use of a discrete adapter significantly expands the horizons of computer use, from editing to creating 3D images.
How to disable the card in BIOS
Welcome all. Some do not even realize that there are 2 cards installed in their computer. There are discrete (external) and integrated (embedded) cards.
Built-in ones differ in that they are designed for low power: surfing the Internet, browsing. Working with programs, etc. Modern games cannot be played comfortably on these.
Their chip is built into the motherboard or processor, they also lack their own RAM, so they use the system memory (and which is installed in the motherboard slot).
External cards are more powerful. They have their own memory and processor power allows you to run modern games at FullHD resolution, at the highest settings.
The main thing is not to make a mistake when choosing. choose a powerful card and at the same time will NOT overpay. I wrote about how to do this in the article. how to choose a card.
Problems with the second card may appear Subsequently, installing an external card or replacing it.
This is mainly manifested by the NOT correct operation of the external card when starting games, exiting standby mode, etc. The problem is that the built-in card starts up instead of the external.
In this case, it will be enough to disable the integrated card in the BIOS or using Windows tools. Let’s look at the process in more detail below.
- How to disable the built-in card in Windows?
- How to “cut down” the integrated card in the BIOS?
- How to disable hardware acceleration of the card?
- How to turn off the card driver?
2.1 How to disable hardware acceleration of the card?
If you, like me, have only 1 card in the screenshot, but problems appear when working in some programs, then try disabling the hardware acceleration of the card.
To go to the properties of the Screen (where the resolution is configured) and go to the additional settings.
Next, go to the “Diagnostics” tab and click on the settings button. Before us will appear the hardware acceleration settings. Disable it.
In some cases, disabling can be done through the driver. If the problem persists, then we will try to do something with the driver itself. About this below.
To the menu
2 How to “cut down” the integrated card in the BIOS?
To do this, go to the BIOS, at boot you will need to press: Del, F2 or F10.
Next, go to the settings responsible for the embedded hardware and find something like: Intergation or Primary Controller. We set the value to Disable. Since each BIOS version is different, the settings will be named and look differently. It should be something like this:
How to disconnect the card on a laptop? The principle of disconnecting the card on a laptop is the same. Differences may be only in the location of the settings in the BIOS.
To the menu
1 How to disable the built-in card in Windows?
1. First, go to computer management.
2. Select the Device Manager tab and find adapters.
3. Click on it with the right mouse button and select disable.
Please note: since in my case there is only one (external card), if you have 2 cards, then there will be 2 of them in this list. Disable only the integrated or discrete, if necessary.
To understand which ones are built-in and which ones are internal, you can SIMply drive the name of the map into Google search one by one and see what is displayed.
How do I disable a discrete card? Do the same, only for the external device.
To the menu
2.2 How to turn off the card driver?
To do this, go to the properties of the card (through the device manager) and go to the tab. driver.
To disable, click on the disable button.
You can also disable, rollback, update or uninstall the driver. By the way, I recommend that you update the card drivers with more recent ones in a timely manner. In most cases, this solves 90% of the problems. Read more about this in the article: How to update the card driver.
That’s all, if you have any questions, I will be glad to answer them in the comments. All the best to you # 128578;
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I have a problem like this. Not so long ago, the computer began to slow down and noted a hardware problem in the device manager. One of the devices is not working. After manipulating the card drivers, namely, the built-in card raised a panic, the external one stopped working, and the monitor was connected to the external one and the image was displayed on the monitor properly. But the system runs on an embedded card. Outwardly, it does NOT detect at all and in the device manager there is now another error. As we managed to find out, the built-in card works on the same resources as the external one and is NOT going to yield them to the external one under any circumstances. I tried to reinstall Windows. Did not help. It is noteworthy that after replacing the software, the system stopped detecting PCI express, and later it turned out that this equipment produces error 12. This means that there are no resources for work. After starting the system, the software tries to fix the problem by installing drivers. Finds them, and at the end of the installation the death screen appears. Tried another external card all the same. I’m stumped.
And after turning off the integrated vidyuhi, the second (external) starts working ?
Disable in BIOS
How do I disable the on-board card via BIOS? In fact, there is no universal instruction manual for all PCs and laptops. The fact is that the variety of models and BIOS versions has led to a large number of options for the sequence of actions to perform the required operation. In addition, not every laptop or computer has the ability to disable the integrated graphics through the BIOS by the manufacturer. We will describe only general points:
- After entering the BIOS, you need to find a section called Config, Advanced Settings or something SIMilar.
- The target item can be named Graphics Configuration, Integrated Graphics, OnBoard, Adapter VGA, or something else, but in most cases contain the word Graphics or.
- The value of the found parameter must be changed to Disabled.
- As for PC motherboards, to disable the integrated solution, it is usually enough to change the value of the Primary Display item to PCI-E.
- Remember to save your BIOS settings before exiting. Usually the F10 key is used for this.
When can integrated graphics come in handy??
The built-in graphics adapter makes it easier to diagnose hardware components in case of problems with the PC. Among other things, from the moment of failure of a discrete card and up to its replacement, you can use the computer almost fully, with the exception of tasks that require a powerful graphics processor, in particular computer games and programs for processing.
When it comes to notebooks, energy efficiency comes first. Switching to an integrated card while performing tasks, rather than requiring the large computing resources brought into the system by a discrete graphics adapter, saves battery power on your laptop.
In most cases, there is no hard need to disable the on-board adapter. An exception may be a situation in which errors and malfunctions occur, and it is the graphics built into the motherboard that make it impossible to fully use SEPARATE applications. In any case, before disconnecting the integrated motherboard card, you should analyze the Possible negative consequences of such a decision in the event of a sudden failure of the external graphics adapter.
NVIDIA Control Center
To disable the integrated graphics, or, in any case, to use it by various programs through the NVIDIA Control Center, you need to go the following way:
- Launch the application and find, and then open the item “3D Settings”.
- Select the section “Manage 3D parameters”.
- Open the “Program Settings” tab located on the right side of the screen.
- We set for each individual program to use exclusively an external card.
Adapter manufacturer utilities
Most computers and laptops are equipped with discrete cards from one of two manufacturers. NVIDIA or AMD. Complete with drivers for THESE solutions, users usually receive a special software package with which to control the functions of graphics adapters, as well as their configuration. Utilities Provides a lot of possibilities, including disabling unnecessary hardware components. To understand how to disable the built-in card using THESE tools, you need to find and run one of the following applications.
If you need to prevent the system from using embedded graphics, you can use one of several methods. These methods make it easy enough to both disable the built-in card and enable it back. BIOS tools, device manager, and specialized software from card manufacturers. AMD or Nvidia can help in deactivating the integrated graphics core.
Another answer to the question of how to disable the built-in card is to use the built-in capabilities of the Windows OS, or rather the Device Manager. The methodology of the method is as follows:
- We open the device manager, which allows you to view all the equipment installed in the system. To do this, you need to name the right mouse button on the “My Computer” icon on the desktop, select “Properties” in the menu that opens, and click on the “Device Manager” link in the right part of the window that opens.
- In the “Dispatcher” we find the “adapters” section, by clicking on the name of which, Expanding the list of graphic cards.
Found adapters, but how to disable the built-in card? For this:
- Determine which solution is integrated. If the concepts are difficult, you can use the search for the description of the component by device model on the Internet.
- Right-click on the name of the device to be disconnected and in the menu that opens, select “Disable”.
- After confirming the intention to refuse to use the device in the request window, you must close the device manager and restart the laptop or PC.
How to disable the built-in card on a laptop or computer?
The presence of two types of hardware solutions for processing computer graphics. a graphics core built into the processor or motherboard and a discrete adapter has become almost a standard for modern computers and laptops. It should be noted that this approach is highly effective for solving the mass of problems of users and personnel serving the equipment. At the same time, in some cases, there is a need to solve the question: how to disable the built-in card on a computer or laptop? The reasons for this need and methods for solving the issue will be discussed later in the article.
Catalyst Control Center
For AMD graphics owners, the Catalyst Control Center is available in most cases. The procedure for disabling integrated graphics is as follows:
- Launch Control Center, find and open the “Power” section.
- The line we need to go to the card switching screen is called “switchable graphics adapters”.
- After clicking on the link named above, a window opens in which you can select a card to use. In our case, you need to click on “High GPU Performance”. After saving the settings, the system will launch applications instead of using the integrated graphics solution.
We hope the above has helped the reader figure out how to disable the built-in card on a laptop or computer. Regardless of the method chosen, you should not rush to disconnect. It is quite possible that it will be possible to do without such cardinal solutions, and to solve the problems that have arisen with the adapters by other methods.
How to turn off the card via BIOS?
To turn off the card in BIOS, restart the computer. At the very beginning of the computer boot, a key is pressed to enter the BIOS (usually Del. F2 or F10).
The control software package is different for each computer, and the appearance of the menu may differ.
However, in most cases, the entrance to it looks like this:
Location of the graphics cards management menu in the BIOS
After the integrated card is found, the parameter value in front of it is changed from Enabled to Disabled.
Now you can save changes and exit BIOS.
Disable by means of Windows
If the computer of any model and brand (Acer, Gigabyte, etc.) on which you want to disable the card has Windows installed, you can try to complete the task using the operating system tools.
This will require:
- Go to the computer control panel (“Start”, right-click on “Computer” and select “Control”);
- Open the Device Manager tab;
- Find adapters and find the integrated card in the list (to determine which one is integrated, you can check both on the Internet)
- Disable it.
Disabling the built-in card using Windows
If one card is installed
If there is only one card installed on the computer, but there are problems when working with some applications in it, it may be helpful Not completely disabling, but only reducing the level of hardware acceleration.
This is done using the adapter diagnostic tools on the tab, which can be opened by first opening the Display properties, then selecting additional options and opening the diagnostics item.
In most cases, even for a single card PC, this solves the problem.
The last option for solving the problem is to disable hardware acceleration of the card
Using the card control panel
Most computers and many laptops, for example, hp models, have two cards at once. one of them, most likely, Radeon or Nvidia.
For THESE adapters, it is possible to configure use using the control panel.
In this case, you can leave only one card working by disconnecting the second.
In the Nvidia control panel, the graphics adapter settings are located in the 3D settings management menu.
The Catalyst application for Radeon cards has SIMilar capabilities for Disabling cards, but already in the “Power” section (item “Switchable graphics”).
Switching cards in the Nvidia panel
However, in some cases (especially on laptops. for example, on Asus or Lenovo), such methods DO NOT help, and the Card is not disabled either hardware (using Windows or adapter control panels) or physically (or it was SIMply not possible to find out the presence and location of the jumper).
Where to begin
Before disconnecting the built-in card, you should make sure that the discrete is operational. Or, perhaps, even install it and connect it, if it was NOT done before.
- Disconnect the system unit from the network;
- Remove the side cover to gain access to the top of the motherboard;
- Find a place to connect the card (PCI slot, indicated by an arrow in the figure) and install it by clicking the latch;
- Assemble the system unit;
- Include the monitor in the new adapter (on the computer)
- Find and install drivers for the card (if they were NOT installed automatically). It is best to use the included disc for this.
Slot for connecting a new card to a PC
Only now, when the second, discrete, card is working, you can turn off the first, built-in one. It should be noted that self-installation or replacement of the adapter is available for any PC.
However, not all laptop models support this feature. this should be taken into account when buying them.
So, the brands Acer, HP, Sony and Samsung allow the installation of a new graphics card, and, for example, Lenovo. comments.
After disconnecting the integrated adapter, most often issues with conflicts between this device and the discrete board are resolved.
If the problem with the graphics still remains, and it is possible that its premise was NOT the built-in card.
How to disable the built-in card. 3 ways
Many users who use modern programs (mainly games) use a second, discrete, GPU to run them, while wondering how to disable the built-in card.
The capabilities of this integrated adapter are sufficient to run most common applications.
And in order that no conflicts arise between the two devices, the Least needed of them is disabled. in one of the three available ways.
How to switch between built-in and discrete cards in a laptop
After disconnecting the power from the laptop, the games begin to hang How are they rearranged in a laptop between the graphics built into the processor nvidia geforce gt and amd radeon
Disable the embedded kernel
If you have a thought about disabling the built-in card, then it is better not to do this, since this action makes a special sense. In stationary computers, when a discrete adapter is connected, the built-in is turned off automatically, and on laptops equipped with switchable graphics, it can completely lead to the inoperability of the device.
As you can see, it turned out to be not that difficult to connect the embedded kernel. The main thing to remember is that before connecting the monitor to the motherboard, you must disconnect the discrete card from the PCI-E slot and do this with the power off.
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In nature, there are two types of graphics cards: discrete and integrated. Discrete ones are connected to PCI-E slots and have their own monitor connectors. Integrated embedded in the motherboard or processor.
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Turning on integrated graphics
In most cases, in order to use the integrated graphics, it is enough to connect the monitor to the corresponding connector on the motherboard, after removing the discrete card from the PCI-E slot. If there are no connectors, then it is NOT possible to use the integrated core.
In the most unfavorable outcome, when switching the monitor, we will get a black screen at boot, indicating that the integrated graphics are disabled in the motherboard BIOS, or there are no drivers installed for it, or both. In this case, we connect the monitor to the discrete card, reboot and enter the BIOS.
- Let’s look at the situation using the example of the UEFI BIOS, which controls most modern motherboards. On the main page, turn on the advanced mode by clicking on the “Advanced” button.
Next, go to the tab with the same name (“Advanced” or “Advanced”) and select the item “System Agent Configuration” or “System Agent Configuration”.
Then go to the section “Graphics Settings” or “Graphics Configuration”.
Opposite the item “Primary Display” you need to set the value “iGPU”.
We press F10, we agree with saving the parameters, choosing the item “Yes”, and turn off the computer.
- After starting, open the “Control Panel” and click on the link “Device Manager”.
Go to the “adapters” branch and see “Microsoft Basic Adapter” there. This device may have different names in different editions, but the meaning is the same: it is a universal Windows graphics driver. We click on the PCM adapter and select the item “Update drivers”.
Then we select automatic software search. Please note that the system will need internet access.
After searching, the Found driver will be installed and, after rebooting, you can use the built-in graphics.
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Good afternoon, the BIOS is exactly the same as yours, but I do not have this system agent item. What to do?
Is it possible to SIMultaneously use discrete and built-in cards on two HDMI and VGA monitors?
Mikhail, theoretically possible, but not on all motherboards. Try to enable integrated graphics in the BIOS (if there is discrete, the integrated graphics can be disabled by default), you will also need to enable a multi-monitor (the ability to connect multiple monitors). Play around with the options for the primary or main monitor (driver), of course, in the BIOS.
BIOS is generally different, nothing is clear.
How to use both the built-in and the added one at once? (If possible)
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Many thanks! Everything worked out!
Hello, I have problems with the fact that I cannot connect the monitor to the card, or rather, run games through it. I’ll tell you in order. There is a DVI to VGA cable from my main monitor, but the VGA adapter is already connected to the card. And for a long time, this adapter periodically left me and the monitor went out, I just corrected it and it started working again, I began to support it with improvised objects. But one fine day I accidentally brought down this whole structure and the monitor did not want to turn on at any angle, at whatever angle I did NOT connect this VGA adapter. And so I began to check if I had broken any cable / port or not, since there is a TV with HDMI for this. This means that the port itself in the card is working fine, because the TV is working stably and displays an image. The cable from the main monitor, aka DVI, also works because it connects to the motherboard. DVI and VGA also dock, because the main monitor removes the inscriptions that the image is NOT displayed, but the docking of VGA and the card also occurs, the computer makes sounds in the connection and the TV connected as 2 monitor goes out for a second. In short, as I understand it, everything works, but together DOES NOT want to. The main monitor screen is just black. And now everything is in such a state that the TV is connected via HDMI to the card, and the main monitor to the motherboard. And the main one uses the built-in card, that is, Intel HD., and the TV, respectively, the card, gtx 1050ti. And so I would like to ask some tips, whether this is the case in the settings of the computer / monitor itself so that it got lost and does NOT want to work now when connected to the card via VGA and what needs to be configured in this case, or is it the case in VGA itself ?
I forgot to add a question, is it possible to somehow make the main monitor use NOT a built-in card, but a discrete one? I have a stationary computer, not a laptop.
Hello, Alexander. I did not quite understand the connection diagram. What are the connectors on the monitor? If there is DVI, why then an adapter? Clarify
The monitor only has DVI, and I already connected it to VGA via a DVI cable, so that the VGA adapter would fit the HDMI port in the card. Because the card itself has no DVI ports
Hmm, strange. What’s a 1050ti without DVI? This is me, it’s just interesting) The first thing I would think about is an adapter, of course. And with the settings. Try this:
1. Disconnect the TV and connect the monitor to the card.
2. Boot into BIOS and Disable Onboard Graphics.
3. Load the system.
Then you can turn on the integrated graphics again.
To force Monique to work through another card will NOT work, at least on purpose. It all depends on the programs with which the system works, for example, some editing software is able to connect a discrete card during rendering, even if the monitor is included in the motherboard. There is a separate such setting. There have been rumors for a long time about multiadapter technology on DX 12 (you can google it), but how this is implemented is not entirely clear.
I forgot to say that if it turns out to run the monik on a discrete card, the drivers stopped just in case, maybe something went wrong there.
Perhaps the first port is DVI, but it is not the same as mine from the monitor, on the attached Picchu I showed what you are connecting through. There is a problem with the BIOS, because if I only connect the main monitor (and with the connected TV too) It does not turn on the screen Until the menu with the entry to the windows account appears, I just cannot start the BIOS on this monitor, the screen will be black while I I will NOT restart the pc. And this is connected to the motherboard, if you connect to the card via VGA, the screen will always be black, place signs of life. I can start the BIOS only on the TV, but I don’t understand anything there, I found on the Internet how to put a discrete card instead of the built-in one, but that didn’t help, as I understood it would somehow start it on the right monitor. And that’s why I thought it was a matter of the settings inside the computer. I’ve read about the system with DIREX 12, but haven’t tried it yet. By the way, I can tell you how I try to start games on the map, I have to turn off the main monitor, leaving only the TV, wait for the game to load, connect the monitor back and drag the window from the TV onto it. But this is some kind of perversion, and the resolution in this way is just awful. Are there really no SIMple programs or settings for the right monitor to use the right card??
Alexander, first of all, you confused DVI and VGA, I showed it in the picture. Secondly, you have most likely damaged the port on the map. Replace the adapter, and if the situation does NOT change, you will have to contact the service.
On the second question:
These settings are only available in a laptop with Nvidia Optimus technology or SIMilar.
Using the management console
Both integrated and discrete adapter Must have applications to manage settings. On some laptop models, the integrated card control panel is not available because the graphics are controlled through the discrete adapter console. If, for example, you have an NVIDIA card, then the following instruction will do:
- Right click on the graphics icon in the notification area. Open NVIDIA Control Panel.
- Click the Manage 3D Settings tab In the Preferred GPU box, select the discrete adapter Click Apply.
The preferred graphics processor can be specified both for the entire system (global settings) and for INDIVIDUAL applications (software settings). For example, if the game did NOT start because the laptop tried to use the integrated adapter for its operation, then do the following:
- Open NVIDIA Control Panel, go to “Manage 3D Settings”.
- Go to the “Software Settings” tab and select the game / application that is having problems.
- Select your preferred processor and click “Apply”.
You can use global settings or specify a specific processor for each application. The Catalyst Control Center (AMD adapters) provides the same functionality, only the location of the settings is different. So, in the Catalyst application you need to open the “Power” or “Power” section and work with the subsection “Switchable Graphics”.
Disconnecting the card on the laptop
Usually there is a strong need to disconnect the built-in adapter. But sometimes the integrated card still has to be cut down, because due to errors in the work, it interferes with the normal use of some programs. This can be done through the BIOS, Device Manager, or the graphics adapter control panel.
Disable in BIOS
Most modern laptops are equipped with two cards at once: built-in and discrete. The laptop independently switches between adapters, using an integrated card in the motherboard for SIMple tasks, and a discrete device for running games and resource-intensive graphics applications.
The smartest and safest way to disable the built-in card on a laptop is to use the BIOS settings. Unfortunately, this method is not feasible in all laptops: some models SIMply have the required parameter in the BIOS. Another challenge is the sheer number of customization options. It is impossible to write a universal instruction, since the order will be seriously different on different BIOS versions. Therefore, we note only general points.
- The required section of the settings is usually located on the “Advanced” or “Config” tab.
- To disable, you must select “Disabled” for “Integrated Graphics” or change the priority, set the discrete card to the first place.
As an example, let’s take a look at disabling the integrated graphics adapter on an ASUS motherboard with UEFI BIOS:
- Go to BIOS, open the “Advanced” tab. Go to the “System Agent Configuration” section.
- Open the subsection “Graphics Configuration”.
- Set the “Primary Display” parameter to “Auto” (automatic switching) or “PCIE” (for operation of a discrete card only). Save the configuration by pressing F10 and Y.
After restarting the laptop, the new configuration will take effect and the integrated graphics will stop working; Only a discrete card will remain valid.
Shutdown in Device Manager
If two graphics adapters are displayed in the device manager (not all laptops have this option), then you can quickly disable the built-in card.
- Open the device manager.
- Expand the “adapters” section.
- Right click on Intel Embedded Board select Disable.
If you cannot understand which adapter is integrated, then fill in the model in turn in the Google or Yandex search engine and look at the description of the equipment. But usually an Intel card is onboard.
If you disconnect two cards on a laptop at once, then in order to return to work, you will have to look for an external graphics adapter connected via USB, so it is better not to risk it again. over, problems can arise even if you disable only the built-in card in the device manager. The screen on the laptop will go blank as it will NOT automatically switch to another adapter.
A reboot usually helps to fix the problem, but sometimes you have to connect an external monitor and adjust display settings through it. Therefore, once again the built-in card on the laptop It is better not to disconnect.