Was when the owner had installed drivers other than what it came with. We would restore the machine to factory condition and it would work again. Trying to fix it later seems to be tough. Even more so in a forum setting.
Also, many games launch the first time and for example your first picture shows the Intel but not what other adapters are available.
Yes, yes, all this is far too finicky for users today. Today's users do not want to fiddle.
Hello, i have a problem with my laptop not switching to my graphics card when I play games. My specs are...
8 gigs of ram
i7-3632QM 3.0 GHz
The things i have tried are going into my Nvidia control panel and setting my default PhysX processor to my 640m. I also manually made sure that each program and game I used was set to "High-Performace Nvidia processor". Also before i launch the game i right click it and run it with the right GPU. Yet the games still run on the on-board. I heard that this might have something to do with Nvidias Optimus?
Here are some examples...
Baldurs Gate II: EE (Even though the game ran fine, it's just an example)
Life Is Fuedal
Any suggestions would be great!