I have an HP DV6 6121tx which has hybrid graphics, an Intel HD3000 and AMD 6770M. The AMD card has unfortunately developed a fault, and HP says they'll need to replace the full motherboard to rectify the problem. I'm not in a position to spend that much right now, so I want to run my laptop off the Intel card only. But that's turning out to be tougher than expected. Solving that is a question for another topic though. My question here is, is there a way to disconnect or remove the AMD card from my motherboard? So that my laptop doesn't even detect it's presense and I can run my operating systems without any compications? AFAIK, even discrete cards are these days a part of the motherboard, but I suppose there might be a power cable or something that I could remove to make it non-functional? Thanks.