09-17-2018 01:45 PM - edited 09-17-2018 01:47 PM
I was launching a game that I ran previously with no issues and I noticed HORRIBLE performance. I figured hey maybe I have an Nvidia driver update. I opened up Geforce Experience like always and it says No Nvidia Card Detetected...ok..so I opened up Device Manager and sure enough under Display Drivers it use to have both the Intel and the 1050ti. When I look under dxdiag it doesn't show up either. Before under the Intel panel I could change which GPU was being used and now it only lists the Intel driver.
So my 1050ti 4gb chip is just sitting idle. Anyone run into this before or have a fix?
I have model 81CU000UUS running Windows 10 Pro 64bit. No major upgrades or software changes that I can think of to cause the card to not show up.
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09-17-2018 09:18 PM
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The driver might be hidden in Device Manager. Click on Show Hidden Devices and check if the NVIDIA driver will appear as grayed out. Enabling Switchable graphics in BIOS will also help us isolate the issue. Guide below on how to access BIOS
This option can be found in the BIOS configuration tab.