Hi, Just an update.
I found out from the tweaktown forum that it was safe to disable the IGD (onbard graphics/video) and set 'Init Display' to PEG (express bay) It made no difference to the 'scrolling ripple lag' I was experiencing on web pages but did make them faster to load. Also no diff to HDMI to TV display.
On the 'Bleepingcomputer' someone suggested it might be the TV settings itself , so buried in advance settings I found and tried a 'LED Motion Plus' setting switched it to on and hey presto , no distortion.
Also found out that the 'scrolling ripple lag' was a known issue with firefox 25.0.1 and earlier vers. I believe - I found the solution to that with an add-on called 'Yet Another Smooth Scrolling' Apparently it works with Chrome too though haven't tried that as I like my Tabs on the bottom and only FF do that AFAIK.
So there you have it - Thanks to Digger again for getting me started
Cheers, All the best Tom
Hi, I hope someone could advise me.
A friend (of a friend who should know what he's doing ) recently installed a grahics card for me (Radeon HD6670 PCI Express 2.1 bus (2gb memory)
I did so as I was experiencing distortion, when viewing via HDMI on my TV (tried various media players VLC , classic, Divx etc) Also when scrolling up and down on webpages an annoying horizontal distorted line about 1/4 thick .
I suspect that whats happening is that my PC is still using the onbard graphics (64M) on my Gigabyte (GA-H61M-S2PV)
I normally wouldn't go near the BIOS however I have had a look;
"Init display First" is set to Auto with there being options to set to IGFX, PEG or PCI ......
"Internal Graphics is set to Auto with options Auto, Enable or Disable N.B. on the sidebar it says 'keep IGD enabled based on the setup options'
My questions are : Is it SAFE for me to change the settings ie disable IGD
And what I should I change the Init Display to (PEG or PCI) if indeed I should change them at all
I have to say I'm itching to just go ahead as it all seems so obvious but don't want to end up having a non functioning at all PC, or am I just being too cautious.
Thanks for your patience in reading this Tom (uk)