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Neither of these answers helped me. What I did: Right-click on Desktop and select Graphics options > hotkeys > Disable As indicated in Windows Forums and Microsoft Answers


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For these using Intel Graphic, to disable global hotkeys: Right click on your Desktop and select:


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If the GPU is using legacy interrupts for some reason, it may be suffering from high latency while the CPU is busy handling other interrupt handlers for that IRQ. Your motherboard's user manual specifies that the PCIE x16_1 slot (the top one) shares IRQ assignments with the internal graphics, HD Audio, USB 2.0 (EHCI), and PCI 2 slot. Modern motherboards ...


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I realize a few years have passed but wanted to answer since this post shows up pretty high when you google for "virtualbox 3d multiple GPU". In the time that has passed, things have gotten a lot simpler and better. People that stumble upon this thread will likely land here because they have a laptop or PC that has two GPU's, which is quite common these ...


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Based on nothing more than an educated guess - & not remembering the actual technical term of it initially - this would appear to be a hardware feature of the screen itself... Pixel Orbiting. A screen-saver mechanism intended to prevent burn-in on static images. It's accessed via the OSD according to the manual, page 8 - available from Philips https://...


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I figured out a workaround for this, if you create a hard-link to chrome.exe in the same directory, you can set a profile for that executable independently. C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application>mklink /H gpu-chrome.exe chrome.exe Hardlink created for gpu-chrome.exe <<===>> chrome.exe You'll need to run cmd.exe in administrator ...


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Giving the guest full GPU access is probably not possible. If a virtual machine had direct access to your GPU while your host was using it, Bad ThingsTM would happen because sharing memory between two effectively different computers is not a thing; pointers and addresses and whatnot would be very different between them. (No consumer-available card supports ...


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I use DisplayFusion and while the screen splitting functionality works well, it can't overcome applications (games, browser videos that you make "full screen", etc) that tell Windows they want to go full screen. So it works well enough for workaday needs, anything that wants raw access to a display for full-screen stuff will just ignore the splits you've ...


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The explanation for each can be found here: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/Help.aspx?lang=en-us Are you having issues in new Quadro Download Type? To better support our Quadro and Professional Solution products, the new download type will guide you to find the best fit driver with specific purpose and product combination - Quadro Graphics Driver - Official ...


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I've been there and done that. Even with the same hardware :-) Never got it to work beyond 2 cards or 16 screens (4 screens per card and 4 cards also doesn't work properly) in Windows. Worked fine with the free Nvidia drivers in Linux, but not with Nvidias own proprietary driver. But that wasn't a solution as we needed to run Windows only software on these. ...


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I had the exact same issue on an Acer notebook with an Intel graphics driver. Simply disabling the feature was not enough, since the keys are still captured and not passed to the system afterwards, even if the rotation did not happen. That means I was still not able to use this key combination in any other software, because it won't receive the shortcut. ...


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Update It looks like a newer version of the GeForce driver allows the nvidia card to be selected for chrome.exe You can check GL_RENDERER at chrome://gpu which should then say GeForce. === According to NVIDIA, chrome and firefox both have been disabled from using the Nvidia GPU by design. This is a death blow to WebGL in web browsers on optimus laptops and I ...


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There's a chrome bug for this here: http://crbug.com/622167 Try upgrading to Chrome 52, via the beta channel (or wait for a few weeks for it to be released to stable). I had what sounds like the same problem on Version 51.0.2704.106 m (64-bit), and after I upgraded to Version 52.0.2743.60 beta-m (64-bit) today it was fixed. After restarting chrome it ...


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Quick fix: Startup chrome with this flag: --disable-direct-composition Pop into the shortcut for running chrome and append that flag to the target like the image below: Source jbau...@chromium.com(bugs.chromium.org/u/4122139466/) https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=622167#c29


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No you can't. According to NVIDIA's specs:- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, Graphics Card Installation Guide. (see page 10), the GTX560Ti only supports 2 monitors. You can't even use 2 DVI and the mini HDMI port simultaneously because of the card internal wires layout, they use the same connection. Try plugging the third monitor into the onboard graphic port if ...


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A program can access the dedicated graphics processor regardless of whether a display is attached to it, but additional software is needed to pass the output to the onboard GPU for display. As the dedicated video card is still accessible to applications, the GPU could be used to render graphics and perform computations (like video transcoding and PhysX) as ...


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Firstly, you are getting your terms mixed up. CUDA is an NVIDIA technology for programming their GPU (and other things, but that's the simplest description). Microsoft's RDP uses a it's own graphics driver which converts the rendered screen into network packets to send to the client. This is the core of how RDP works and you cannot change it. On the ...


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You should probably use the Nvidia Control Panel and set high performance on Adobe Photoshop. I own AMD unfortunately but i remember there was the setting panel in "Manage 3D Settings". From there you should be able to select an application from the drop down menu, in this case Photoshop and set it to "High Performance". After you try this solution check ...


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There's no "technical" limitation to this as Windows will ask which card is the primary one and will use that for all intents and purposes unless you tell it otherwise through Nvidia's control panel. However, I don't see the point of keeping an old card that will just contribute to heat and power draw of your system. Dust can be reduced by covering the hole ...


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Perfectly good question. You can take a look at this site for detailed explanation and benchmarks: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MTM0OTM But to put it in simple terms, if you intend to play new generation video games on your system, or do any kind of work that puts heavy load on the graphics card, you should use the proprietary ...


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The reason why you need a dedicated video output is that there is no way the host OS can currently access the output framebuffer of the card assigned to the guest OS. VT-d restricts the host from accessing/memory mapping the graphics memory directly. Normally, a modified driver (Nvidia Optimus or Bumblebee on Linux) exposes the results of a window running ...


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You should just use your compute capability from the page you linked to. For example, if your compute capability is 6.1 us sm_61 and compute_61. SM stands for "streaming multiprocessor". The arguments are set in this confusing looking way because they are used as arguments for nvcc where the compute_XX sets the architecture for a virtual (intermediate) ...


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Use Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) is a tool precisely for situations like this - where there are existing drivers that have not or cannot be cleanly removed which prevent you from updating or installing new graphics drivers. DDU solves issues with unclean or incomplete driver installs/uninstalls by using its own, "brute ...


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what worked for me was to disable "Diplay power saving technology" from Intel HD Graphics control panel. you can access it from Power settings of the Intel HD Graphics control panel.


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I don't know if this is 'the best way', but it's how I do it. Use nvidia-settings GUI to make a edid file for a screen Then in the terminal of your choice paste or write: sudo nvidia-xconfig -a --allow-empty-initial-configuration \ --use-display-device="DFP-0" --connected-monitor="DFP-0" \ --custom-edid="DFP-0:/home/$USER/edid.txt" sudo reboot To add ...


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Method 1 : Disable Adaptive brightness in the Registry start regedit Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Intel\Display\igfxcui\profiles\Media\Brighten Movie Double-click on ProcAmpBrightness, set to 0 and click OK Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Intel\Display\igfxcui\profiles\Media\Darken Movie Double-click on ProcAmpBrightness, set to 0 and ...


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Press Ctrl + Alt + F12 Click on "Options and Support" You can now either disable the hotkeys or change the keys.


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If disable the Intel driver hotkey feature is not usefull, you can try to change the hotkey and then disable it. On my computer, this method works.


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Process Explorer can show GPU usage. It is not shown by default, right click the columns and select "Select Columns" then use the dialog that comes up to add them. While it won't show which GPU, the process using the most GPU resources is likely on the discrete one. A common task that uses the GPU is DWM (Desktop Window Manager).


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Technical previews are not designed for end users, it is for software designers (like the people who write those drivers). That way when Windows 10 has its general release drivers will be available day one. The only solution is time. All you can do is wait for Nvidia to release a driver (keep a eye on their Beta drivers, it will be there first).


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