Primary Graphics Adapter

This setting determines which graphics card will be booted and utilized first. Standard options for this setting are [OnBoard] [PCI] [PCI-E]. This setting is determined by whether you have a dedicated graphics card or onboard graphics on your motherboard.

3 Responses to “Primary Graphics Adapter”

  • Miguel:

    I would like to know how to unlock hidden options as chipset configuration on Bios InsydeH20 rev. 3.5.
    I do have a Toshiba Satellite L515-SP4012L, Intel core i3-330, 3gb ram, Intel media acelerator HD Graphics with 32MB-1243MB dynamically allocated shared
    graphics memory. But it only use 64mb dedicated video, having more…
    I would be happy with more than 128mb.

    Please tell me what i can do

  • andres:

    hi, just bought a acer aspire one 987 AO756 -4803 intel which will not let me change the memory dedicated to video because it is 128 and has 1GB capacity, I wonder if they have the modified bios or I can do to unlock the option to modify the video, thank you very much.

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