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Windows 7: BSOD - GTX 660M - nvlddmkm.sys - Windows 7 - Clevo Laptop -

09 Sep 2015   #41


Would it not be possible to disable the integrated and run just the Dedicated GPU?

I just want to try and fix this GPU as it was designed to be a gaming laptop, if your running out of ideas then i totally understand.

I just want to try everything possible to make this a functioning gaming laptop.

Beyond that is is possible to get physical GPU's repaired or is it a replacement only job?
Im just not sure what my options are really.

Thank you again for all your help, I was really hoping this new information would help us reach a more promising resolution.

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09 Sep 2015   #42

Windows 10 Pro/ Windows 10 Pro Insider

I thought you tried enabling only the dedicated card and it failed. Am I wrong? We can try other things if you want, but I don't think that is your problem. There is no repairing a GPU, only replacement. Most laptops, the GPU is soldered in making replacing it quite difficult and expensive. You would also have the Manufacturer's driver issue too. You may call whoever you bought the Laptop from and talk to them. They should know about that. I will help any way I can, but this is a common problem with Laptops with switchable graphics. The seller may be able to help you find a driver that would work or give you some other alternatives.
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09 Sep 2015   #43


No i didn't, sorry maybe my last post said something similar but I didn't mean it to.
Please help me with any other ideas you think might be able to help,
I am currently in contact with them about it, but they are very slow.

I took my laptop apart moments ago to shoot out any dust buildup, and it is screwed/mounted into the board, when I had it built it had other GPU options, so i think its replaceable but i'm sure it wont be a cheap replacement, if they even have my GPU in stock!!
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