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Is there any way to use nvidia 425m 1gb ddr3 gpu from my dual graphics laptop?

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Hello...

i am ssking....

Now i am using

Asus n43jf laptop

1st generation core i 5 460m

4gb ddr 3 ram

500 gb harddisk

Intel  graphics 1650 mb and Nvidia geforce gt 425m 1gb ddr3

now i am using yosemite 10.10.5 nicely

but how to disable intel gpu and use nvidia 425m 1gb gpu?

Is there any way to use nvidia gpu from my dual graphics laptop?

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hello

intel is in cpu .. how u go disable from cpu ?

only can disable the Nvidia from the acpi tables 

u can only disable it if u get that option in ur bios

good hack

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Thank you very much. Where I can download EI Capitan 10.11.6 final MAS Untouched dmg or Install OS X El Capitan.app?

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