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By the looks of it, and the information you gave, your Integrated GPU just can't handle Minecraft One of the few things besides getting an actual GPU (hopefully you are on Desktop) is to try and update your Integrated Graphics Drivers trough here (Intel HD Graphics Driver) Also given comments and Rating of the Answer, please check OP's Integrated GPU ...


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Issue resolved. The problem was with the charger, it was not giving the rated output. Learning If drivers and a hard reset do not fix the problem, temperatures are normal, clock speed is not limited but utilization is less, power supply could be a problem. Since I was in a hurry, I asked a question which does not belongs to this site, here is the ...


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It sounds like your laptop might be trying to run games off of your integrated graphics card (the one attached to the processor) rather than the discrete (dedicated) graphics card. The first thing to check would be the NVIDIA Control Panel Open up "NVIDIA Control Panel" On the left hand side, select "Manage 3D settings" Ensure that "Auto-select" is ...



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