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Windows 8 and ASUS UL80VT (Hybrid NVIDIA - INTEL Graphics laptops)

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February 3, 2013 11:22:49 AM

For laptops as Asus UL80Vt, UL50Vt and UL30Vt

1. Install Windows 8
2. Go to “System Drive”:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository and remove two folders with started
string "nv_lh.int"(NVIDIA standard driver) and “igdlh11.inf” (INTEL standard driver) in folder name.
3. Uninstall both Display adapters from Device Manager (mark ‘Delete the driver software for this device’).
4. Restart your computer.
5. Download from
VGA latest driver #186.88 for 64 bit which was supported NVIDIA Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets just unpack
it, or you can use your install disc (DVD:\Software\Display\nVidia) do not install!.
6. Go to Device manager, now you should see two “Microsoft Basic Display Adapters” under “Display adapters”
7. Go to “Properties” for second adapter and under “Details” check “Hardware Ids”. It should be PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_..........
8. If no check another adapter
9. If yes go to “Driver” and click “Update Driver” tab choose “Browse my computer for driver software” browse to nVidia driver
location (mark Include subfolders) and click “Next”
10. One glitch - your Desktop may disappear, don’t worry, wait 10 minutes (or check install finish on taskbar) and restart
11. Install driver just for nVidia adapter, for Intel it was installed automatically.
12. Download Windows 8 latest version 217 “Asus Power4Gear Hybrid” and version 100026 “ATKACPI driver and hotkey-
related utilities” from Asus VivoBook S200E utility page and install
13. Restart.

You can control active Display adapters in notification area.
Do not upgrade graphics driver, because NVIDIA won’t support NVIDIA and INTEL Hybrid Graphics now!

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February 3, 2013 12:07:01 PM

AND YOUR QUESTION IS ?
February 3, 2013 12:17:25 PM

Sorry, It was posted just for discussion.
August 20, 2013 1:01:19 PM

cchrome said:
For laptops as Asus UL80Vt, UL50Vt and UL30Vt

1. Install Windows 8
2. Go to “System Drive”:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository and remove two folders with started
string "nv_lh.int"(NVIDIA standard driver) and “igdlh11.inf” (INTEL standard driver) in folder name.
3. Uninstall both Display adapters from Device Manager (mark ‘Delete the driver software for this device’).
4. Restart your computer.
5. Download from
VGA latest driver #186.88 for 64 bit which was supported NVIDIA Hybrid Power technology with Intel chipsets just unpack
it, or you can use your install disc (DVD:\Software\Display\nVidia) do not install!.
6. Go to Device manager, now you should see two “Microsoft Basic Display Adapters” under “Display adapters”
7. Go to “Properties” for second adapter and under “Details” check “Hardware Ids”. It should be PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_..........
8. If no check another adapter
9. If yes go to “Driver” and click “Update Driver” tab choose “Browse my computer for driver software” browse to nVidia driver
location (mark Include subfolders) and click “Next”
10. One glitch - your Desktop may disappear, don’t worry, wait 10 minutes (or check install finish on taskbar) and restart
11. Install driver just for nVidia adapter, for Intel it was installed automatically.
12. Download Windows 8 latest version 217 “Asus Power4Gear Hybrid” and version 100026 “ATKACPI driver and hotkey-
related utilities” from Asus VivoBook S200E utility page and install
13. Restart.

You can control active Display adapters in notification area.
Do not upgrade graphics driver, because NVIDIA won’t support NVIDIA and INTEL Hybrid Graphics now!


cchrome said:
Sorry, It was posted just for discussion.


After you do this, are you able to switch between adapters on your ULX0VT? I have an UL80VT and have run into some issues;

Can you post link to the exact driver files you are using?

Do you think your method will work with these updates drivers: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/30194-asus-ul80v...
August 21, 2013 9:33:39 AM

aznphatb0i said:

After you do this, are you able to switch between adapters on your ULX0VT? I have an UL80VT and have run into some issues;

Can you post link to the exact driver files you are using?

Do you think your method will work with these updates drivers: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/30194-asus-ul80v...

Just go step by step and all features of Video Hybrid Technologies will be available for you.
I tried all Nvidia drivers and latest working driver was 186.88

August 21, 2013 8:28:39 PM

cchrome said:
aznphatb0i said:

After you do this, are you able to switch between adapters on your ULX0VT? I have an UL80VT and have run into some issues;

Can you post link to the exact driver files you are using?

Do you think your method will work with these updates drivers: http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/30194-asus-ul80v...

Just go step by step and all features of Video Hybrid Technologies will be available for you.
I tried all Nvidia drivers and latest working driver was 186.88



Do you mean to use the original ASUS OEM driver release Version V8.15.11.8688 // 186.88?

Have you tried upgrading to a new driver version after that?

eg;
http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/30194-asus-ul80v...
http://forum.notebookreview.com/asus/474538-modded-197-...
http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/26409-hybrid-gra...

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