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hello i need help ASAP.
i dont have idea what i ve done to my comp; i bought a new graphic card (the nvidia gforce 7100 gs) for my new motherboard ( ). i didnt think bout compatibilities. i really cant remember what i did, just that i deaactivate my in-built graphic card (duh) and reboot my OS. so, because i just installed the drivers for the new one and the new one was in his cozy pci xpress, seems pretty obvious that it will work. WRONG! i know i m fu... up because now i dont have a video for my comp!! and the only way to turn on again the in built GC is on the OS!!! dont know what to do i really need help.
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Take the new video card out of the computer. If the computer sounds like it is booting up but you just don't have video, try tapping the delete key( or maybe the Esc key)while it is booting up. What you are trying to do is get back into the BIOS so you can reset it back to the on-board video.

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