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Enabling Onboard Graphics

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Hey guys,

I'm trying to do dual monitors at work.. and running into problems. I thought (and pretty sure) I can use my onboard graphic card (intel i752) and my AGP card (TNT2), but it's not working. Apparently, when an AGP card is plugged into my motherboard, it disables the onboard graphics. Does anyone know of a way to reverse this and enable onboard graphics? An option is not under the bios for it... I'm using Windows 2000...


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Not possible, you need a new boc for that, that you can connect to your videocard, theb plug in two monitors. But you cannot throw in 2 monitor cables on a videocard and onboard-chip.
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