how can i tell if my laptop has a graphics card or if it is intrgrated on motherboard

ANC

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Jul 25, 2015
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laptop graphics - how can i tell if my laptop has a graphics card or if it is intrgrated on motherboard HP Pavillion zd8205us
 

shahalzubayer

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Jul 22, 2015
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right click on the desktop screen and if the integrated gpu is used, then there will be a graphics properties option for the intel processors and if it is not integrated gpu there will be a "catalyst control center" option or nvidia option.

you can also click on the drop up button on the task bar at lower right corner of the screen.

#you can check the "program and features" in control panel and if dedicated gpu is used, there will be no AMD or Nvidia software installed.
 


???

I have a dedicated GPU and there's all kinds of Nvidia software listed under programs and features.

 

ANC

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Kenpachi47

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Jul 31, 2015
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Kenpachi47

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When i right click on the desktop screen i get neither of them and that's all after i upgraded from windows 7 to windows 10, i lost my intel graphics and now i can't access my intel graphics and media panel to change resolution. PLZ HELP
 

Tyron_

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Dec 22, 2015
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By far the best video tutorial on this subject and it's quick and easy.
How to find what graphics card you have
[video="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1f4EYh1QEM"][/video]
 
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