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Alex8888 [Avatar]
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Yes, but this is what Tomas said:

You have a Gaming Laptop where the Intel HD Graphics is in the i7-7700HQ cpu. It looks like the bios is set to use the external Nvidia. You need to set it to the Internal Intel. On many laptops bios settings are limited but believe that you can make the change since it is a high end gaming laptop.

If this works then you don’t have to do anything else.

And I think it has sense, I don't know.

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According to your DxDiag, your laptop's main GPU is nvidia and no Intel video output interface exists.
It presents the video output function of your Intel CPU hardware has been disabled by the laptop manufacturer on its motherboard.

I've never seen a laptop can re-enable the Intel video output of the CPU by a formal SW configuration way if the output has been turned off in factory before it ships to market.

In my view, it is common that the Intel video output function got "removed" (completely disabled) on a gaming-oriented laptop as the platform has already installed with a powerful and discrete nvidia GPU for gaming.
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Oh...
So there's no chance I can watch 4K UHD BluRays then?
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Unfortunately, no.

Ultra HD Blu-ray is such an annoying junk if you would like to play it on PC platform without DRM cracking.

The Hollywood companies don't like users to play 4K blu-rays on PC platform as all the cracked piracy contents came out since they became playable on PC.
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I see...
And if I connect an external 4k monitor able to play uhd content to my pc, and I use powerdvd there?

Thanks
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It is not about the monitor.

If your GPU, which is in charge of the video output to external monitor, is the NVIDIA one, 4K Blu-ray playback is not supported on your setup.
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okey
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