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How to enable vga switcheroo on an Asus U41S?
I have Asus U41S notebook with 2 wideocards, Intel HD Graphics 3000 and GeForce GT540M. I want to turn off the GF videocard, and work only with Intel. On the internet I found out how to do this ...
Jan 9 '12 at 16:13
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