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    G752VT Integrated Graphics Card Missing?

    Hi guys

    I have a problem with the Intel HD 530 integrated graphics card. In the Device Manage-Display Adapters the card is missing, and if i try to install the driver from the intel website it says that "the computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing this software".
    Anybody else has this problem?

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    Intel graphics are disabled by the manufacturer. Nvidia is the only option, manufacturers intended design.

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    thanks for the reply, i was thinking one more problem to the ever growing list of problems with this laptop

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    ever growing list of problems with this laptop
    Tried the left USB 3.0 ports yet?

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    Alex, small world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corporal View Post
    Tried the left USB 3.0 ports yet?

    i know this problem from my old G74sx, i wouldnt have it any other way )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Pleshu View Post
    i know this problem from my old G74sx, i wouldnt have it any other way )
    What is wrong with the left USB ports? I have no issues at all with those. I use them all the time lol.

    Only issue I have right now is the NVMe drives not working correctly because our BUNK bios is locked in RAID mode.

    Other than that, I'm loving this laptop as of right now. I have the G752VT-RH71 with the Gtx970m. Just so you guys are aware, I have a custom modded bios for this gpu that is SWEET!! It unlocks the cards limits of 135mhz core and +25mv.

    New vBios 970m Limits
    Core slider +810mhz ability
    Mem slider +2505mhz ability.. Same as stock vBios
    Voltage slider +212.5mv now instead of +25mv stock

    With new vBios I flashed too, so far I have gone up to
    1275mhz Core ( +237mhz )
    6005mhz Memory ( +500mhz )
    Voltage needed is +50mv over stock.

    This is the vBios everyone has been waiting for!! I have it if you are interested. Send me PM
    Last edited by Hambone07; 12-22-2015 at 11:18 PM.

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    when i bought it i had a few disconnects from the ports but now they seem to be working ok
    also first 2 days sometimes, if i had a hdmi connected when i booted my screen would stay black and i had to boot a few times to make it work again, but this problem dissapeared also

    i am satisfied with the laptop with the exception of the ssd issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by badhand386 View Post
    Intel graphics are disabled by the manufacturer. Nvidia is the only option, manufacturers intended design.

    I know that this is an old answer, but, is there any way to Re-Enable the Intel HD Graphics at all? Is there any workaround, or, did ASUS somehow rip it out from its foundation when they put the 6700HQ Processor in the G752VT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenthusiast View Post
    I know that this is an old answer, but, is there any way to Re-Enable the Intel HD Graphics at all? Is there any workaround, or, did ASUS somehow rip it out from its foundation when they put the 6700HQ Processor in the G752VT?
    I guess (and this is a very BIG guess) that they disabled it in BIOS, and removed the option from BIOS so that you can't see it or re-enable it.

    This could be simple for ASUS and cost effective. Considering the ROG series are the only ones with barebone and has a lame BIOS implementation, considering they're gaming laptops that run up to $3500.

    So pretty much you pay top-dollar for a notebook with a BIOS that allows you to change boot option and disable secure boot. I have been using G750JX, G751JY and now G752VY and that's the only thing you want to change in the BIOS. There's pretty much nothing else.

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