I recently got my sister's old laptop.
- Manufacturer: ASUS
- Model Name: X522E
- Processor: AMD Quad COre 1.5GHz
- RAM: 8GB
- Integrated/Onboard Graphics: HD Radeon 8330M
- Discrete/Dedicated Graphics: HD 8670M 1GB
I had upgraded it to Windows 10 and started to do some gaming when I realized that the laptop was using its onboard graphics card instead of the dedicated graphics card. I hunted for drivers, as I thought that the main card's drivers were out of date, but the games were still not registering the main GPU. I heard I can change the dedicated graphics card to default in BIOS, but I can't find any option in my BIOS to do so. I checked Device Manager and I could see both cards there, so I tried disabling the onboard card with no results. I also heard of changing it in the registry, but I am afraid to do that because if I mess up I can cause bigger problems. I'm not sure what to do next - please help me!