Question about Computers & Internet
- Go to "Run" and type "sysdm.cpl".
- Click the "Hardware" tab.
- Click "Device Manager"
- Under "Display Adapters", you should see both your graphics card and your motherboard's on board graphics. Just right-click on your on board graphics, and the click "Enable".
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Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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