Dear community members,
I am writing to discuss an issue that I have been experiencing with ARCHICAD on my gaming laptop [https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/d/gaming-laptops]. Specifically, I have found that the program crashes frequently, and I believe that this issue may be related to the dual graphics cards in my laptop.
ARCHICAD is a powerful design and drafting tool that requires high-end hardware to run effectively. However, many gaming laptops, including mine, are equipped with dual graphics cards, which can cause compatibility issues with certain software applications.
I have tried updating my graphics drivers, adjusting the graphics settings in ARCHICAD, and even disabling one of my graphics cards, but these measures have not resolved the issue.
Based on my observations and research, I believe that the issue may be related to the way that ARCHICAD interacts with the dual graphics cards in my laptop. Specifically, it may be that the program is not optimized to work with this configuration, or that there is a compatibility issue with the graphics drivers.
I would like to suggest that the developers and support team behind ARCHICAD take a closer look at this issue and work to address it in a future update. Specifically, it would be helpful to have better support for dual graphics cards, including the ability to adjust graphics settings and optimize performance.
In the meantime, I would encourage other users who are experiencing similar issues to report them to ARCHICAD support or to share their experiences and suggestions in this forum. Together, we can work to improve the usability and effectiveness of this valuable design tool.
Thank you for your attention and support.