I do not use the on board graphics output (I upgraded the graphics) and it is preventing me from upgrading to Windows 10. It is seen as a valid secondary display by the get windows 10 app.
That graphics card is not supported for Windows 10 as it doesn't meet the minimum requirements. It sounds as if this is a laptop? What is your "Upgraded" graphics?
I understand that the 1150 is not, and probably will never be, supported
for windows 10. The machine in question is a HP dc5750 microtower desktop
and the upgraded graphics are NVIDIA GeForce 8400GS pci-e 2.0, plugged into
a small form factor motherboard. The CPU is an AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (if
I do not plan on using dual monitors however Windows will not upgrade
because it "sees" my secondary display. I looked at the BIOS and did not
see any graphics related switches, am I missing something? Is there any way
to disable the motherboard graphics chipset?
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