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Disabling Onboard Video


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FliX

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Hello I have an Asus P4R800-VM for a motherboard and I would like to disable the onboard video from the Bios. I've looked inside the bios and I can't seem to find and option that would do that for me. If someone has this mobo or knows something more than what I have accomplished with it please let me know.

Thank you in advance,
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Did you uninstall the drivers?
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Have a look at the manual for your board. if you dont have it, go here and download it.
under section 2.4.2 it tells you where to set the video boot priority, between PCI and AGP. it is probably on PCI first right now, if so change it to AGP then install your card (assuming its an AGP card).
if its on AGP already, then just install the card, the mobo should detect the card and disable the onboard video automatically.
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