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- Make sure VGA/HDMI/DVI is hooked up to motherboard output
- Boot to BIOS
- IGFX (aka iGPU) to "On" or "Enabled", whatever term it uses. Not "Auto"/"Off".
- Somewhere should be an option for the Dedicated GPU. Set this to "Auto". If there is no "Auto", set it to "On"/"Enabled". Not "Off"/"Disabled".
- Set each profile for each game (should be on of the tabs in the Lucid program) to i-mode, by use of check boxes. You shouldn't have to uncheck d-mode, but you may try if you wish. It's not possible for d-mode to work in this case anyways.
- Make sure Lucid is on, play your game.
- Hook up your HDMI/VGA/DVI to the dedicated GPU output
- In BIOS, set the IGFX to Auto. Not "Off"/"Enabled".
- Enable the Dedicated GPU, "Enabled" or "On", not "Auto"/"Off".
- Put a check mark under d-mode for each game you want.
- Disable Lucid in its program menu to disable the use of the iGPU while in games.