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DX11 About Sample WPFHost share texture with two video card lapTop

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I use SharpDX11 with DX11 to DX9 in WPF with my laptop has intel and nvida video card. When I use the Default Intel video card,it work very well. But when I use the nvida video card with change the code like this:
using (Factory1 factory = new Factory1())
{
Adapter1 adapter = factory.GetAdapter1(1
);//0 is intel, 1 is nvida
this.Device = new Device(adapter, DeviceCreationFlags.BgraSupport, FeatureLevel.Level_10_0);
}

It report this error in this code :

"this.m_RenderTarget = new Texture(DX11ImageSource.m_D3DDevice, renderTarget.Description.Width, renderTarget.Description.Height,1, Usage.RenderTarget, format, Pool.Default, ref handle);"

 and report

"HRESULT: [0x80070057], Module: [General], ApiCode: [E_INVALIDARG/Invalid Arguments]":

Use  Debug  with  control panel report

"Direct3D9: (ERROR) :Error during initialization of texture. CreateTexture failed."
 

Please help Me! Thanks..

 

 

 I can't solve it. I have search the internet,Nobody has similar problem.I only change the adapter ID 0 to 1,in order to use discrete video card in DX11 Part, Then share the handle to DX9 Texture. When I change adpterID and use swapchain in WinForm it work very well. But in wpf I can't use swapchain. Maybe the DX9'Device and DX11'Device must use the same video card? But When I change the DX9'Device adpterID it even can't initialize.

" DX11ImageSource.m_D3DDevice = new DeviceEx(m_D3DContext, 1, DeviceType.Hardware, IntPtr.Zero, CreateFlags.HardwareVertexProcessing, presentparams);"

Edited by GL3336563

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