My Z500 won't read the dedicated graphics card driver.

Or just got a new Z500, removed the BONE, it came with and Windows 8.1 is installed.

First of all, I had a problem that the screen was too low, so I fiddled with the driver and after removing and re - install the graphics driver Intel HD4000, I managed to get back to normal.

However, I tried to install PES 2011 on it, and everytime I open its settings, it would give a warning that my system does not meet the minimum requirements. It would show that he only reads the HD4000 Intel.

So, normally, I try to re - install the nVidia drivers and install new and others, but to no avail. I tried to check in the BIOS, but I'm only given two options: switchable graphics or UMA and not knowing what UMA is I chose the switchable graphics option.

Any ideas what to do?

I'd be happy to offer more information, if necessary. It has a GT 740 M btw.



You can try checking this thread, see if this will allow you to force start your game with Nvidia graphics

Hope this helps

See you soon!

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