3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 15, 2011 12:05 PM by Diego_Intel

    Intel P6200 and Intel HD graphics

    218t

      Good day. recently purchased a laptop lenovo g560a  with processor pentium p6200, but was a little surprised - the system does not see the integrated graphics! Of course, there is nvidia 320m, but the integrated graphics card for office, no doubt, needed.  What should I do?
      Thanks in advance for any answers.

        • 1. Re: Intel P6200 and Intel HD graphics
          Diego_Intel

          Hello,

           

          I suggest you to check with your system manufacturer and see if there is any setting required in order to enable the integrated graphics in the processor.

           

          Keep in mind that the implementation depends on your system manufacturer, not in the processor itself, so the Intel® HD Graphics may be disabled at BIOS level or it has been blocked through the Device Manager.

          • 2. Re: Intel P6200 and Intel HD graphics
            218t

            Thanks for your reply.

            Diego_Intel wrote:

             

            Keep in mind that the implementation depends on your system manufacturer, not in the processor itself, so the Intel® HD Graphics may be disabled at BIOS level or it has been blocked through the Device Manager.

             

            I know that BIOS doesn't block intel HD graphics, but how can i learn about device manager' block?

            • 3. Re: Intel P6200 and Intel HD graphics
              Diego_Intel

              Hello,

               

              It is the operating system the one that is responsible for detecting those devices and show them through the Device Manager. if the device does not show in the Device Manager but it works fine at BIOS level, then the issue would be your operating system.

               

              Check with your computer manufacturer to see if the image that they loaded on your computer is fine and to enable the hardware they installed on your system.