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Old 06-22-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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Post How to turn off Nvidia g210M graphic card of Asus 80vt in Fedora 15

I want to disable my Nvidia G210M graphic card. I don't know how to turn off Nvidia g210M graphic card of Asus 80vt in Fedora 15 using Terminal. I've googling for that and nothing had solved me that problem.
Would you give me some advice and steps to disable it....

And one more thing..Is there a Power4Gear Utiltiy for Linux -> to switch between intel and nvidia cards...

Any suggestions. ...???????
Old 06-22-2011, 09:35 PM   #2
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First of all, are both graphics cards integrated (as in no physical card, soldered directly to the motherboard)? You can usually choose which graphics card is enabled through the BIOS setup utility. Failing that, simply remove the nVidia card, assuming it's a physical stand-alone graphics card that can be removed of course.


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