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Help! GeForce FX 5500 128mb PCI


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joeneaves2005

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Hey,
I am new here. I have been browsing the web for solutions, but I have not been able to find any. nVIDIA themselves haven't been very helpful either. Now, i Just purchased a brand new nVIDIA, bla bla bla, described in title, and for some reasons i have dual screens. i don't have two screens....i plug my monitor into my video card, and i see the task bar, however, wheni move my mouse to the left, it drifts away, so i switch my monitor to the onboard port, and i see my icons, and my mouse. sometimes, when i open a window, it will open up on the other side. so. thats not good. i need some assistance. i have messed with all the configuration options and i have not beena ble to track anything down. if you could help me, it would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
Joe :tazz:
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DHooper

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You need to enter the BIOS and disable the onboard video. Hope that this helps.
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