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Sigh. Ok, I still have this problem, andI have no clue what to do.
I have an ACER Aspire V3 - 772G (Intel Core i7) Windows 8, and the Notebook as two graphic cards. An Intel HD4600 on board chip and a NVidia Geforce 760m. I have the newest drivers (326.19 beta) and tried even some older drivers (311 and 320.49). The problem is always the same. Now in THEORY they computer is supposed to chose the optimal settings, but in practice none of my games shows any other card but the HD4600. (I am currently playing Civilization V, Skyrim and XCom.)
How the issue, when I let the "Geforce Experience" seek my games, it says "We are sorry, Geforce can not optimize games on your computer.
Like this windows shows: http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h49/Elikal/Image3_zpsacde2ccb.jpg
Now I have a Geforce 760m, the device is correctly found by Windows 8, and Nvivida's homepage lists the 760m as compatible. But in the settings of the "Geforce Experience" it is greyed out:
I set all on auto update to be sure, but to no avail.
Now I want to know what ecactly that means and how I can remedy this? When I start the Skyrim launcher, for instance, I only see the HD4600 in the list. Even though Nvidia lists Skyrim as compatible! How can I force games to use the Geforce? How can I solve this issue??
Thanks, any help is really hoped for. ^^
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