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Permanently Remove RX Vega Display adapter?

Question asked by mjelic on Dec 10, 2019
Latest reply on Dec 10, 2019 by mjelic

I have a Windows 10 v.1903 machine that originally had only a RYZEN 5 2400G with Radeon Vega Graphics driving the HDMI port on the motherboard.  I have since purchased a GTX 1070 video card which is now driving both monitors. (I no longer use the onboard HDMI connector.)

 

I have disable the inbuilt GPU via BIOS and have multiple times uninstalled the "AMD Radeon RX Vega 11 Graphics" driver from the Device Manager... But it keeps coming back.

 

Now I would not usually care if the internal GPU was present or not... But a number of software titles are crashing and I can't even complete the UserBenchmark tests as they have an error during the graphic test routines. MSI Afterburner is reporting that an RX Vega 11 Graphics is acting as the master in the Multi-GPU role... Which we all know it shouldn't be.

 

How do I totally disable the inbuilt GPU and remove all drivers related to it and make sure they don't come back unless I re-enable it in the BIOS?

 

Thanks in advance,

Mark

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