Solved Computerhas switched to integrated graphics instead of Card

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brady5999

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I am running windows 10 with a gigabyte motherboard and a nvidida GeForce 960 card. When I turned on my computer this morning I noticed my resolution was changed and upon investigation saw that my computer was using intergrated graphics. Which is especially odd due to My monitor being plugged into my graphics card. I’ve tried restarting, unplugging and reinstalling the actual card into the motherboard. tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, I’ve looked to see if my card/drivers were disabled, I even changed my default routes in bios but nothing has worked. I cannot figure out what the issue is.
 

brady5999

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I am running windows 10 with a gigabyte motherboard and a nvidida GeForce 960 card. When I turned on my computer this morning I noticed my resolution was changed and upon investigation saw that my computer was using intergrated graphics. Which is especially odd due to My monitor being plugged into my graphics card. I’ve tried restarting, unplugging and reinstalling the actual card into the motherboard. tried uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, I’ve looked to see if my card/drivers were disabled, I even changed my default routes in bios but nothing has worked. I cannot figure out what the issue is.
Update: fixed. Tried reinstalling driversagain and for some reason it worked this time.
 

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Glad you fixed it.

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