Enable Intel HD Graphics on an i5-3210m


I’m running a Toshiba Satellite Pro L850 laptop with an i5-3210m and a dedicated GPU (Radeon HD7600m series).
According to Intel, my CPU is supposed to have an integrated GPU (HD Graphics 4000), which I would like to pass through to a VM. The problem is that it is disabled (lspci does not list the device) and there is no way to enable it in the BIOS.

Does anyone know of a way to get it to show up? (a BIOS hack maybe?)

Thanks in advance!

Check in your BIOS if the memory setting for the iGPU is set to Auto.
Most BIOSes disable the iGPU if set to Auto and there is a dedicated GPU.
Switch from Auto to a memory size that is available and may fit your needs best.

There are no memory settings for the iGPU in the BIOS. In fact, there are no settings regarding the iGPU at all.

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