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The laptop manufacturer is the one that provides the specific software to work on switchable graphics environments. In this case, you should check what is the application or driver for your third party video controller to work with the Intel® HD Graphics, which may not be Lucid Virtu necessarily.
Hmmm and what happens if my laptop is not a big brand then?
It's based on a Clevo, but that's all I know.
This is my laptop and not called a Clevo anymore, so I'm a bit confused
I do not know why Diego_Intel do not want to tell you any specific name. Perhaps they are not allowed to talk about other brands.
If your notebook has an nVidia card, look for "optimus".
Drivers for win 7-8 32 (NVIDIA GT 660M)
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