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Brian_L
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Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Video Card

Display name

Intel(R) HD Graphics Family

Location

PCI bus 0, device 2, function 0

DirectX driver version

10.18.10.3355

Driver name

IGDUMDIM64.DLL

OpenCL version

OpenCL 1.2

OpenCL driver version

10.18.10.3355

Number of Cores

20

Global memory size

1.74 GBs

Global memory cache size

2.00 MBs

Local memory size

64.00 KBs

 

Diagnostics

 

Video Memory Test

Warning

Mathematical Operations Test

Warning

Texture Pipeline Test

Passed

Extended Video Memory Test

Warning

 

Result code : WVC00F000-UK7ZHH

 

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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Then I haven't really encountered any problems with my video cards.
There are 2 video cards, the Intel one and Nvidia GeForce GT 730M . What do the warnings mean? And are there any solutions?
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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Hi Brian_L,

 

Welcome to Lenovo Community!

 

It seem to look like the driver version is outdated, suggest you to uninstall the current driver from Control panel – program & feature option and download the latest driver from the below link and check.

 

This driver will support for both the graphic adapter (Intel & Nvidia).

 

http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-t-series-laptops/thinkpad-t44...

 

Hope this helps.

 

Best regards,

Hemanth Kumar



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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

You mean uninstall the current Intel video card diver or Nvidia or both?
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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Hi Brian_L,

 

You have to uninstall both (Intel & Nvidia) the adapter, and then download the driver from the link provided and install it.

 

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Hemanth Kumar



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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Oh my god...I made a mistake, I uninstalled the Intel Graphics Driver first...What should I do??
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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Hi Brian_L,

 

Its ok, do not you worry. You can uninstall both the adapter in which ever manner you like. But make sure you have to restart the system, if it asks for.

 

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Hemanth Kumar



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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Ok thank god Smiley Sad Do I uninstall both driver and PhysX software of Nvidia?
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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Hi Brian_L,

 

I think you have installed the driver from 3rd party link, and which is not from Lenovo support site. Hence you are having so much of confusion.

 

Uninstall all the application & drivers which you feel that it is related to Nvidia, if you still have a confusion please take a screen shot of that and share it.

 

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Hemanth Kumar



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Re: Lenovo solution center Video card warning

Now I have installed the display driver you provided. In the future, how do I update drivers? Do I have to update them individually? Or there will be a new version of NVIDIA Optimus Display Drive?

Because the latest driver for Nvidia video card is 350.12, the one installed by the driver you provided is only 345.35.

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