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Video Card Help pls


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djmark028

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:tazz: i was going to intall a new video card. So i disable my on board video card at "Display Properties" I change my mind intalling the new video card and reboot my computer. When rebooted there is no video but i can hear the sound of my windows starting up. I try to restart it again with safe mode but for some reason it doesnt work it keep on frausing. Please i need help what can i do.
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Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key until it enters set up and you will be able to enable the onboard video there, press F10 to save and exit, type Y to confirm and it wil reboot
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it took me the recovery console but I dont reall have idea how enable it because its msdos
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Do you normally have an option to get to bios, thats where you want to go. So you will need to press the appropriate key it is usually delet but ti can be different what kind of PC is maybe someone has the same and can tell you which button it is.
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i got in to bios and switch my video card to onboard and i save and exit. Still blank screen
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this might sound silly but is your monitor connected to the onboard video connector? if not make the change :tazz:
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