*** Official Clevo P65xSA/SE/SG / Sager NP8650/51/52 Owner´s Lounge ***

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  1. paolo b

    paolo b Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi, can I disable the GTX970 graphics card from bios?

    My Computer Clevo P65/P67SE
     
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    kogoro Notebook Enthusiast

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    you can disable it in device manager (windows)
     
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    This may lead to it being powered on however as the drivers are not working properly.
     
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    swaaye Notebook Evangelist

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    Yeah the GeForce is powered down unless you run a program that the NVidia drivers recognize as something that should be run on the GeForce instead of the Intel GPU.
     
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    paolo b Notebook Enthusiast

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    help reset the bios, I modified in the bios "Launch Video Oprom Policy", now black screen.

    Solution?
     
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    Have you taken the CMOS battery out (system battery and AC too ofc) and left it for some time?
     
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    paolo b Notebook Enthusiast

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    edit
     
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    Thanks resolved.
     
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    It helps others if you share your solution. Though I would avoid changing more other options without understanding the implications of doing so.
     
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    paolo b Notebook Enthusiast

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    I applied your advice, I disconnected the CMOS battery (it's under the keyboard) + notebook battery, disconnected for 15 minutes.
     
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