Bibbit, I’m sorry for the inconvenience I replied to the incorrect thread.
Regarding your issue would you please run a DxDiag on your system and once it finish please search for Quick Sync.
(Start -> Run -> dxdiag -> Save All Information)
Let me know the results.
I was able to get Quick Sync working. It took me some time to figure it out (BIOS changes and such), but it is now working.
Would you please share with us how you got QuickSync working so we can help future customers?
I turned on the onboard GPU in the BIOS, and then installed the latest video drivers for my CPU's GPU. Then after booting I let the system create a faux monitor for a third monitor, with that monitor being connected to the Intel GPU. The faux monitor shows up as non-PnP monitor. It doesn't work with the faux monitor disabled.
After that I made certain that Quick Sync was enabled in the software I was running and that I used the Quick Sync encoder codec. My transcoding frame-rate went from 20 FPS with 100% CPU to 250+ FPS with 60% CPU. The time went from 2.5 hours to 15 minutes!
Thanks alot for the information Bibbit.