This guide is just a quick guide on how to install Linux on systems with switchable graphics like the P6 series.
If you are going to dual boot Windows and Linux you should first install Windows. After installing Windows you should set a unllocated partition size for Linux in the Windows Disk Manager.
It is also advised to disable the Fast Boot Feature in Windows. - Google it :P
Now Linux Install:
-Set your Laptop to DISCRETE mode in BIOS (Press F2 when PC turns on)
-Install UBUNTU- Boot from pen (probably need to press F7 to select pen after PC turns on)
-After installing Ubuntu reboot, login into your Ubuntu system and add this ppa - do this in terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa
sudo apt update
-Now Go to the drivers aplication in Ubuntu and install latest NVIDIA driver:
It´s a Window like this:
-Go to BIOS and enable MSHYBRID GPU mode
-Now in UBUNTU open the NVIDIA driver control panel and you can now choose which graphic card to use, the option that matters looks like this: