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Nvidia + Intel video card on laptop, can't get Mixed Reality to work
Trying to get my HP Headset setup for mixed reality development..
My laptop (Lenovo Yoga 700) has a somewhat decent video card (Geforce 940M). This card is detected on Mixed Reality as good enough to run, since it has WDDM 2.2 drivers installed. All good.. but my laptop also has an Intel 520 card, which, on the current version (Skylake) only has WDDM 2.1. Now the external hdmi output goes through the intel card, so even though I have enough power and drivers to run Mixed Reality with the Geforce, the HDMI output does not work (it does not pass the compatibility test screen).
I tried disabling the Intel 520 card on the device manager, It then passes the compatibility test screen, but it also disables the HDMI port, so the headset never gets detected.
Any ideas how to get it working? (if even possible)