So I just got a new laptop. Its an Asus K52Jc. I am trying to switch from the integrated intel media graphics card to the dedicated Nvidia Geforce 310M and I cannot for the life of me figure out how. I went into the Nvidia control panel and changed it there but its still using the integrated card. How the heck do I change the card? Thanks!
Yeah chatting online with the guy from Asus was a total waste of time. Kept telling me that its a Windows problem. Im like...um....no...its a hardware issue lol. They said they didn't know what to do. Wow...way to not know how to tech support your own products. Good job on that training guys!
On the phone now with someone that seems to know a little bit more about what to do. Here's hoping. I don;t want to have a freakin dedicated card and be stuck with an integrated one.
hi, i having the same problem on my Asus A42JC. I think the processor core i5 itself have prevent from swicthing the graphics. I have read on support-asus website, and found that Asus notebook with motherboard series K42JC can't switch the graphics although it have integrated and nvidia graphics display.
Having try update bios, update nvidia drivers but failed.
Plug in the charger, Then the notebook pc will automatically switch to the discrete gfx card. These notebooks with switchable gfx switch to high performance gfx cards when the charger is plugged in and to the integrated gfx card when on battery.