Re: jaws and two graphics cards
Merv Keck <blind5sparrow@...>
Quite a few of the more recent computers have this video setup. Jaws 16 and 17 handle this configuration quite well. I have a Lenovo with 16 GB Ram and an SSD boot drive as well as an internal storage drive. It also has both an NVidia 2 GB video card as well as the Intel video. Both are enabled in device manager and both are working properly with no issues.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I am also running Windows 10 64 bit Home after upgrading from Windows 8.1 Home myself here on this Lenovo Z70.
In fact I recently discovered that a very bad lag which I was attributing to an accessibility bug between Jaws, Windows 10, and Microsoft new accessibility driver was in fact a piece of bloat ware that came pre-installed on this machine which I purchased from Amazon in June. It is called One Key Optimizer. It was controlling at least 27 aspects of my computer so harshly that it was not even allowing me to charge my battery toward the end. It also was controlling certain aspects of my video adapter. Once I removed that which is not even compatible with Windows 10 it was like I had a brand new machine.
Hope that helps
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Subject: Re: jaws and two graphics cards
If you look at the msi gt72 computer you can see that it has two cards. one intel Graphics, and one nvidia Graphics.
I'm wondering about how jaws and the video intersept will handle that thing.
2015-11-11 15:51 GMT+01:00, Mario via Jfw <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
do you mean the mobo has 2 seperate onboard video connectors? I
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