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MacBook Pro :: Unable To Switch Between Intel HD And 330M Graphics?


My new MBP 2010 won't use Intel HD graphics, it seems stuck on the 330M graphics card with no programs running at all. I also checked the power saver option for auto-switching graphics.. What to do?

It worked before I calibrated the battery, but today when using the MBP for the first time since calibrating it won't switch.


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